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A Cozy Corgi Mystery
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A celebratory weekend at a historic inn brings a blizzard, delicious cornbread, a cozy fire, and a murder… or two…
Winifred Page and her sidekick corgi, Watson, join an assortment of family and friends to celebrate her uncles’ anniversary at Baldpate Inn, nestled above Estes Park, Colorado. A blizzard is approaching, but the prospect of being snowed in means more time in the lovely mountain retreat—complete with river rock fireplaces, log cabin rooms, and a collection of thousands of keys from around the world.
With the blizzard raging outside the rustic inn, the early arrival of a knitting group adds a touch of drama, but nothing can unravel the cozy party spirit. Even when the power goes out, the merrymaking continues by lantern light. But in the flickering shadows and twisting hallways, relationships transform, secrets are uncovered, and death comes calling.
A weekend of glittering celebration unlocks a storm of change for Fred and Watson…
(This culinary cozy mystery includes a recipe for scrumptious cornbread.)
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Cruel Candy Cozy Corgi Mysteries #1
Traitorous Toys Cozy Corgi Mysteries #2
Bickering Birds Cozy Corgi Mysteries #3
Savage Sourdough Cozy Corgi Mysteries #4
Scornful Scones (Cozy Corgi Mysteries #5)
Chaotic Corgis (Cozy Corgi Mysteries #6)
Quarrelsome Quartz (Cosy Corgi Mysteries #7)
Wicked Wildlife (Cozy Corgi Mysteries #8)
Malevolent Magic Cozy Corgi Mysteries #9)
Reading the Cozy Corgi series is pretty much all you need to know about Mildred. In real life, she’s obsessed with everything she writes about: Corgis, Books, Cozy Mountain Towns, and Baked Goods. She’s not obsessed with murder, however. At least not at her own hands (nor paid for… no contract killing here). But since childhood, starting with Nancy Drew, trying to figure out who-dun-it has played a formative role in her personality. Having Fred and Watson stroll into her mind was a touch of kismet.
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