I love summer. That usually means relaxing by the pool, going to the beach or at least vacationing somewhere for at least one weekend. And with those weekends come a chance to read some amazing authors. There are so many great cozies out this month. In cases like this, I wish I could clone myself so I could read them all. But alas, I am only one reader.
Do you have any particulars you are excited about? I know I do! Take a look at this great list for the month of July. If you know of others, feel free to post them in the comment section below. I am always looking for new and interesting mysteries.
Happy July, happy reading and….don’t forget to leave a review for the books you read. A sentence or two mean the world to the guys and dolls who’s works we read.
Allyson K. Abbott: A Toast to Murder Lorraine Bartlett: A Basket Full of Bargains Laura Bradford: 30 Second Death Lynn Cahoon: Killer Party Laurie Cass: Wrong Side of the Paw Peg Cochran: Sowed to Death Gary Corby: Death on Delos Kathi Daley: Camp Carter Kathi Daley: Second Look Lindsey Davis: The Third Nero Mary Feliz: Dead Storage Jean Flowers: Addressed To Kill Alexia Gordon:Death In D Minor Victoria Hamilton: Muffin to Fear Joan Hess & Elizabeth Peters: The Painted Queen Victoria Laurie: A Panicked Premonition Mary Marks: Knot What You Think Alyssa Maxwell: Murder at Chateau Sur Mer Catriona McPherson: Dandy Gilver and a Spot of Toil and Trouble Sandra Orchard: Over Maya Dead Body J.R. Ripley :To Kill a Hummingbird Denise Swanson: Lions and Tigers and Murder, Oh My
In the latest from theNew York Timesbestselling author ofMurder of an Open Book, a school psychologist has her hands full after a school board sourpuss meets a bitter end…
“With her morning sickness finally abated, Skye Denison-Boyd is ready to pounce on the pertinent problems she faces as Scumble River Elementary School’s psychologist. After trying almost every trick in the book to aid a handful of socially awkward fourth grade boys, Skye opts for the innovative approach of pet therapy with the assistance of the local vet, a Siberian husky, and a Maine coon cat.Unfortunately, the first session only breeds disaster and draws the ire of cantankerous school board member Palmer Lynch. But Skye’s worry over the episode changes to dread after Lynch is found dead in his home with the therapy cat hidden in his garage. With a clowder of questions unleashed, Skye finds herself dealing with a killer who isn’t pussyfooting around…”
Upcoming Releases from Denise Swanson:
September 6, “Sinfully Delicious“, a contemporary romance,
Take one smoking-hot top chef who thinks food should be a sensual adventure, add a venture capitalist who has struggled with her weight since she was a teenager, and mix well. Is this a recipe that sizzles, or is he just another craving she must resist?
July 2017, “Lions, & Tigers, & Murder, Oh My” Devereaux’s Dime Store Series
New York Times Bestseller author Denise Swanson was a practicing school psychologist for twenty-two years. She writes the Change of Heart and Delicious Love contemporary romance series, as well as the Scumble River and Devereaux’s Dime Store mysteries. Her books all feature small-town heroines with lots of heart.
Denise’s books have been finalists for the Agatha, Mary Higgins Clark, RT Magazine’s Career Achievement, and Daphne du Maurier Awards. She has won the Reviewers Choice Award and was a BookSense 76 Top Pick.
Denise Swanson lives in rural Illinois with her husband, classical composer David Stybr.