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January 31, 2014


Richard R

I have all of these, and they are very good collections for the "cozy reader" and, in my opinion, any mystery reader who is satisfied with the bloodshed off-stage. Thanks for the reminder, I'll have to pick one off the shelve for a revisit.

BV Lawson

You're right, Richard! I think they provide a nice variety within the subgenre, so if you're new to it or just want to find new-to-you authors, these anthologies are a great overview.

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