Getting Cozy: World War I

As we celebrate the hundredth anniversary of Armistice Day, this month we are highlighting cozy mysteries that happen during World War I or feature war widows or sleuths dealing with the aftermath of the war.  Check out the list below to learn more about these exciting series. The list includes the first book in the series, but I've been asked what's a quick and easy way to find series lists in order.

I highly recommend the NoveList, opens a new window database available with your library card. You can search by series name, title, or author. If you search by series, the series page will provide information about the series, the list of titles in order with links that provide more information on each book, as well as series read alikes. Check out the Kate Shackleton Mysteries, opens a new window page to see all the cool features!

Getting Cozy: World War 1

Kate Shackleton Mysteries. Kate Shackleton is a World War I widow who takes up sleuthing to help others locate their missing family members.

Verity Kent Mysteries. Verity is a war widow who worked for the Secret Service during the war, and she is drawn back into intrigue when she receives a note indicating that her husband may have been a traitor.

Daisy Dalrymple Mysteries. In an England still recovering from World War I, Daisy, the daughter of a viscount, shocks her family when she decides that she wants to make her own living as a writer. This long-running series includes more than twenty books.

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