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Killer Characters · 18h ago

A Lifelong Love of Libraries by Her Grace the Duchess of Chellingworth (and a GIVEAWAY!)

Killer Characters · 1d ago

More Than One Kind of Library

By: Hannah MooreTitle: Muffin to FearFrom: Merry Muffin MysteriesBy: Victoria HamiltonWebsite: Victoria Hamilton MysteriesMy name is Hannah Moore. For those who don't know, I am wheelchair bound, and always have been. Living in a small town (Autumn V...
Killer Characters · 2d ago

Bezel Time

By Ruth Clagan, from the Clock Shop Mystery series by Julianne HolmesIn my life, the word bezel has two meanings. First, it is the grooved ring that holds the crystal of a watch or clock in ...
Killer Characters · 3d ago

GIVEAWAYS! One for you and one for your library!

By Sally Caldera from the Read ’Em and Eat Mysteries by Terrie Farley MoranHi, my name is ...
Killer Characters · 4d ago

Knobcone Heights Library

  by Carrie Kennersly, veterinary technician and owner of an adjoining barkery and bakery, whose adventures are memorialized in the Barkery & Biscuits Mysteries by Linda O. JohnstonHi, every...
Killer Characters · 5d ago

Celebrating Libraries - and a Giveaway!

By Chloe Ellefson, Historic Site Curatorof the Chloe Ellefson Mysteriesby Kathleen ErnstLibrary week may officially be over, but I'm taking a pause from my own work to celebrate libraries---...
Killer Characters · 6d ago

It’s a dog’s life...and that’s not so bad

          Bruce Wills here. The other Bruce Willis with ears, wagging tail and daily yard-waterer in Iced Chiffon. Have you ever noticed all the pets running around in cozies mysteries? And ...
Killer Characters · 1w ago

Death threats?

Killer Characters · 1W ago


From:  Tyanne ClarkOf: The Bad Luck Cat MysteriesBy: Kay Finch I’m sure many of you can relate to one of my favorite sayings – “There’s no such thing as too many books.”  You will find that slogan on my car bumper, my favorite coffee cup, and my tote...
Killer Characters · 1W ago


***giveaway over charlee4077 is the winner***I, Mae West, should've known that something was wrong when Paul, my husband, told me about a secret compartment in his sock drawer. He said, "Mae, if anything happens to me, go to the sock drawer."When the...