»What sets cozy mysteries apart from other crime fiction genres is that the jolt of adrenaline we get while reading comes because we’ve been there.«
To sophisticated readers: Julie Hyzy writing about cozies. Her view at The Huffington Post.
- Father Knows Death by Jeffey Allan
- Hex on the Ex by Rochelle Staab
- Looming Murder by Carol Ann Martin
- Lethal Treasure by Jane K. Cleland
- The Diva Frosts a Cupcake by Krista Davis
Cats, crafts and crime – typical ingredient of cozy mysteries. Kathy Blumenstock about five new books for cozy lovers. Her reviews at The Washington Post.
»The American and British schools used to be poles apart. Both were entertaining, but in markedly different ways. In British novels, a crime was an aberration. (…) In American novels, crime was a part of life.«
Is there a difference between British and American crime novels? David Marks explains why both schools converge. His essay at huffingtonpost.com.