Unwrap the magic of Christmas with cozy mysteries!

Unwrap the magic of Christmas with these cozy mysteries! They will definitely help you get into the holiday spirit with festive tales of sleuths, snow, and surprises.

Christmas Cozies. Is there anything better? I’d venture to say that, no, there definitely isn’t. I’ve written four Christmas cozies and I adore each one. each one is from a different series. 

God Rest Ye Murdered Gentleman, a Foxy Ladies Mystery

Get ready for a Foxy Ladies Christmas novella featuring Hattie Juniper Pickle, and her Foxy Lady friends Maude, Cricket, and Lemon. Big Christmas fun!

Lola Baby, A Lola Cruz Mystery

When Camacho & Associates receive an enigmatic invitation to a lavish Christmas party, novice PI Lola Cruz can’t resist the intrigue. When she arrives with her reluctant boss, her even more reluctant boyfriend, and her biggest frenemy in tow, however, nothing is as it seems. The millionaire host who sent the invitation has just passed away, yet his dying wish was for the holiday party to proceed.

Now Lola must race against time to solve a series of riddles with clues left by the murder victim himself that will unveil the identity of his killer. Each clue leads her closer to untangling the web of deception but also puts her in danger’s path because everyone is a suspect. Will Lola uncover the murderer’s identity before it’s too late, or will the truth be hidden forever, shrouded in the darkness of a snowy Christmas night?

“Lola Baby” is a heart-warming puzzle of a mystery for those craving a holiday whodunnit with a touch of Christmas magic.

Deadly Patterns, a Harlow Cassidy Magical Dressmaking Mystery

Bliss, Texas, is gearing up for its annual Winter Wonderland festival, but when a mysterious Scrooge ends the merriment with murder, it’ll take more than a ghost from Christmas past to set things right.

Designing a holiday fashion show set in the town’s most prominent historic mansion seems like a job tailor made for dressmaker Harlow Jane Cassidy. But with the mansion’s restoration still in progress and threatening weather on the horizon, she’s feeling on pins and needles more than reveling in holiday cheer.

Having volunteered to play Santa in this year’s festival, Dan Lee Chrisson was ready to move on after his divorce—until Bliss became his final resting place. Discovering his body puts Harlow at the scene of the crime. She’ll need plenty of help from friends and even her late great-grandmother’s spirited sleuthing if she’s to have a ghost of a chance of catching a killer who’s just jumped to the top of the naughty list….

A Murder Yule Regret, a Bread Shop Mystery

Freelance photographer and Yeast of Eden bakery assistant Ivy Culpepper has just scored the job of a lifetime shooting the Dickensian dress-up X-mas party thrown by It Girl film actress Eliza Fox . . . until an unwanted guest appears.
A holiday costume party in the sleepy coastal town of Santa Sofia could be just the boost Ivy needs for her fledgling photography business. At the party, Ivy enters a Victorian fantasy come to life, all courtesy of the fabulous Ms. Fox. Ivy gets to play shutterbug while hanging with Scrooge, Marley, the Cratchits, and more classic Dickens characters.  But what begins as the best of times turns out to be the very worst for one of the party guests—a tabloid journalist with more enemies than Ebenezer himself.

When the man’s body is found sprawled across the jagged rocks below the house, the fingers begin pointing at Eliza. Meanwhile, Ivy gets roped into helping prove the starlet’s innocence. Her festive photos are now official evidence—and the Ghosts of Christmas Present could mean the party for Eliza is over, once and for all.