M&M Book Awards feature "mystery and mayhem", amateur sleuthing, light suspense, travel mystery, classic mystery, British cozy, hobby sleuths, senior sleuths, or historical mystery, perhaps with a touch of romance or humor. Here are the 2018 M&M Slush Pile Survivors.
HOT SCHEMING MESS: MADISON CRUZ, Book 1 by Lucy Carol – Cozy Mystery, Female Sleuth, Humorous Mystery
A hilarious, fast-paced sexy cozy mystery with a believable lead and a gripping plot. Sassy, smart, and FUNNY!
Announcing the SHORT LIST for the 2017 Mystery & Mayhem Book Awards. Congratulations to the authors who made it to "The LIST" in the highly competitive mystery novels writing competition.
Funny, compassionate and endearing The Deep End is a well-crafted cozy, with just a touch of the exotic life, murder and mayhem, and the Bundt cake brigade to hook readers into devouring the rest of Julie Mulhern’s series, The Country Club Murders.
The first rounds of judging for the 2017 M&M Book Awards for Cozy and Not-So-Cozy Mysteries are complete. These are the titles and their writers who made it on this list passed the first two rounds of judging aka known as the SLUSHING! Congratulations!
We are searching for the best novels featuring “mystery and mayhem”, amateur sleuthing, romantic suspense, light suspense, travel mystery, classic mystery, British cozy, hobby sleuths, senior sleuths, or historical mystery. We will put them to the test and discover the best among them.
Don’t Cry Over Killed Milk: A Damon Lassard Dabblin Detective Mystery by Stephen Kaminski – Cozy Mystery/Amateur Sleuth
Who knew insect infestations could lead to murder? But they do - especially if you're Damon Lassard - amateur sleuth - with plenty of time on his hands to figure it all out. This cozy mystery will have you in stitches!
Ways to soften the blow of moving back home: 19 million in your pocket, starting your own business... a knack for finding dead blondes wherever you turn? -- Not on the list!
When murder comes to the sleepy hamlet of Mystic Notch, recently relocated crime journalist Wilhelmina Chance and her grandma’s crime-solving cat jump into the case with two feet and four paws.