THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HARLOW, by Kylie Logan, her third League of Literary Ladies Mystery. Set over Halloween, comparing Irving's legend with local legend. it's also seasonally appropriate!
A MIDWINTER'S TAIL, by Sofie Kelly, her sixth Magical Cats Mystery. The protagonist is a librarian, so I'm looking forward to reading this one -- I haven't read this series before.
STIRRING THE POT, by Daryl Wood Gerber, her third Cookbook Nook Mystery, again, a Halloween-themed piece perfect for the holiday, when death hits the High Priestess of the Winsome Witches.
LITERALLY MURDER, by Ali Brandon, her fourth Black Cat Bookshop Mystery. These are usually set in a Brooklyn bookshop, but this particular adventure is set in Florida.
If you like the books in these series and would like to see more from these authors on our shelves, please let me know. If you haven't read them yet, please do, and let me know which series you'd like to read more.
We also have a cozy mystery group that meets on the second Wednesday of the month, here at the library at 4:30. The October selection is Juliet Blackwell's SECONDHAND SPIRITS, her first Lily Ivory mystery set in San Francisco. Lily runs a vintage clothing shop, so, in addition to the seasonal aspects, we also have books on vintage clothes and I've brought in some vintage pieces.
The November selection is Kate Carlisle's HARDCOVER IN HOMICIDE, the first of her bookbinder mysteries. We'll meet to discuss that selection on Wed. November 12 at 4:30, and, at 2 PM that day, Talin Bookbinders will do a presentation at the library.
New members are always welcome!