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Joy | 11 comments Here's what I've completed so far for Level 3:

Cozies Level 3

culinary
1. The Diva Runs Out of Thyme (Domestic Diva #1) by Krista Davis
2. On What Grounds (Coffeehouse #1) by Cleo Coyle

animal related
1. Woof at the Door (Call of the Wilde #1) by Laura Morrigan
2. A Tiger's Tale (Call of the Wilde #2) by Laura Morrigan

craft related
1. Crewel World (Needlecraft #1) by Monica Ferris
2. Framed in Lace (Needlecraft #2) by Monica Ferris

paranormal
1. The Skeleton Takes a Bow (Family Skeleton #2) by Leigh Perry
2. The Skeleton Haunts a House (Family Skeleton #3) by Leigh Perry

British cozy mysteries
1. The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie (Flavia de Luce #1) by Alan Bradley
2. The Weed that Strings the Hangman's Bag (Flavia de Luce #2) by Alan Bradley

career-based cozy mystery
1. Gone with the Twins (League of Literary Ladies #5) by Kylie Logan
2. Quilt or Innocence (Southern Quilting #1) by Elizabeth Craig

holiday-based
1. Not a Blessed Thing (Sister Mary Teresa #1) by Monica Quill
2.

travel mystery
1. Aunt Dimity's Death (Aunti Dimity #1) by Nancy Atherton
2.

historical
1. Of Grave Concern (Ophelia Wylde #1) by Max McCoy
2.

your choice!
1. A Dyeing Shame (Myrtle Clover #3) by Elizabeth Spann Craig
2. A Body in the Backyard (Myrtle Clover #4) by Elizabeth Spann Craig

Additional
1. Death at a Drop-In (Myrtle Clover #5) by Elizabeth Spann Craig
2. A Body at Book Club (Myrtle Clover #6) by Elizabeth Spann Craig
3. Wicked Weaves (Renaissance Faire #1) by Joyce Lavene
4. Bad Housekeeping (Agnes and Effie #1) by Maia Chance
5. Cat About Town (Cat Cafe #1) by Cate Conte
6.


message 2: by Joanne (new)

Joanne Good to see some more British mystery listings haven't heard of Alan Bradley


message 3: by Donna (new)

Donna (weeblackdog) | 404 comments Joanne wrote: "Good to see some more British mystery listings haven't heard of Alan Bradley"

I enjoy the Flavia de Luce mysteries by Alan Bradley--she's a very precocious young lady, and a little morbid--kind of a Wednesday Adams!


message 4: by Joanne (new)

Joanne Donna wrote: "Joanne wrote: "Good to see some more British mystery listings haven't heard of Alan Bradley"

I enjoy the Flavia de Luce mysteries by Alan Bradley--she's a very precocious young lady, and a little ..."



cool i will see if i can find any somewhere, not always easy.


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