Sometimes picking a book can be more difficult than reading it. After all, there is so much to read and so less time to do so. So, if you think too many options are taking away the reading experience, try these three cozy mysteries.
We will not beat around the bush. Cozy mystery books are a perfect way to welcome the Fall season. Tis the season to be cozy!
Here are our best picks from one reader to another! If you cannot find these books in your local bookstore, download them for free from proxy-rarbg.org.
1. Halloween Party – Agatha Christie
Written in 1969, this is one of the later and probably one of the last Poirot novels given to the literature world. With the name, readers can feel the Autumn chills already coming in. If you are a fan of cozy atmospheric novels with huge seasonal dinners, this is the book for you.
However, this book will have some sensitive cases of child murder and possible sexual assault. The plot revolves around a Halloween party where a girl named Joyce narrates the story of witnessing a murder firsthand. Most of the guests believed Joyce to be making up tales to scare her guests in the spirit of a spooky Halloween.
But, at the end of the party, she was found dead with her head in the apple-bobbing tub. Now it is upon our trusted Belgium ex-officer Mr.Poirot to uncover the truth behind this evil night and bring the killer to justice.
2. Agatha Raisin Mystery – M.C Beaton
Agatha Raisin mysteries have really gathered a good amount of popularity with the rise of the ‘Cozy mystery genre’ in recent years, and we are all for it. This is one of the best light mystery series which you can pick up. Especially for your cozy autumn reads.
The story starts with Agatha Raisin, who is an ex-PR representative in London, and finds her solace in a small English countryside called Carsley. However, murder seems to follow Agatha from the very beginning, when her bought quiche in a ‘Quiche Making Competition pushed one of the judges to his unfortunate demise.
Now it is up to Agatha to find who the killer is to avoid suspicion from her own head. Agatha Raisin’s mysteries are perfect for the Fall season because of the countryside murder plots, the cottages, the village suspects, the hot tea, and the scones. Elements you should be looking into a book when it’s getting chilly outside and you just want to curl up into your bed and read something.
3. Death Overdue – Allison Brook
This spooky season, why not get into a cozy bookstore mystery? Let us dive into the plot a little, and you will be convinced to pick this book up and read it right away.
This book delves into the compelling plots of cozy bookstores, small towns, book clubs over tea, and solving crimes by amateur sleuths. Here is how the plot goes.
It starts with Carrie Singleton, who was about to leave her small town, Clover Ridge, in Connecticut when she was offered quite the spooky job as a head of programs in the lock, ‘known to be haunted’ library. This library is even known to have its own librarian ghost.is just about done with Clover Ridge, Connecticut, until she’s offered a job as the head of programs and events at the spooky local library, complete with its own librarian ghost.
The first major and quite a traditional event was presented by their local homicide detective Al Buckley. Him being an expert, he claimed with conviction to know the murderer of the town’s beloved librarian Laura Foster.
At first, everyone thought him just an expert is an expert, but while explaining the story of the murder, which happened fifteen years ago on the same day, he suddenly drops dead. Is it a work of killer in flesh and blood, or is something supernatural lurking in the corner?
There is probably nothing more relaxing than a Saturday afternoon rain, freshly brewed rich, strong coffee, a cozy blanket to curl up in, a lit aroma candle, and sitting with a book on our lap.
The ultimate coziness for this Fall season!