Cozy mysteries are a really nice way to get a little suspense and a lot of laughs. These books are known for grabbing your attention with great characters, a few neat little puzzles, and a light and exciting tone.
You'll love these highly cozy mysteries for your Kindle. Each one is well-reviewed, relatively popular, and pretty cheap. We've selected mysteries that only cost $2.99 or less, though some are well below even that price!
So read on. You're about to curl up with a great story and have a lot of fun!
Gwen (nee Katz) Silver heard the brisket at her uncle’s Jewish deli, Murray the Pastrami Swami—the only one of its kind in Nashville, Tennessee—was “to die for.” But she didn’t realize that meant literally…
The spunky Virginia housewife and mother of three is almost at the end of her rope — her hunky husband, Howard, has left her; it’s her 45th birthday; and she’s just discovered three monkeys living in the trees in front of her house.
Sedona is given the opportunity of a lifetime: play an up-and-coming executive with all the trappings of wealth with someone else footing the bill. The catch: find out who is stealing company funds before the criminals find out that their program is being debugged.
Doan, the 'hero' of this story is a small-time detective with a dry, sardonic wit, and a huge Great Dane (Carstairs--don't call him a "pet") in these absolutely delightful series of humor-tinged mysteries. Great fun that shouldn't be missed!
Chesterton never stooped to mere violence to advance his stories, making this collection as suitable for younger mystery fans as it is for older fans. Like his creator, Father Brown combines practical wisdom with a sparkling sense of humor. If you love a mystery, you owe it to yourself to spend some time with Father Brown.
In the first Jan Birch mystery, a sixties homemaker maintains a tight circle of friends in her Upstate New York suburban neighborhood. When the divorcée down the street is murdered, the women attribute her death to a hobo they’d seen months before. Quickly, though, Jan begins to suspect that the hobo had left the neighborhood long before and the murderer may be one of her dear friends.
After solving one case of corporate crime, Sedona expected to get her peaceful life back. Problem: She is still a manager at Strandfrost, and there is still rampant jealousy over her promotion. Is the danger of being railroaded by her not-so-illustrious colleagues worse than taking a new undercover job from Steve Huntington?