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Life is about learning what we can be.
Emory Crawford, an empty nest wife and homemaker, is learning things about herself she didn’t know. With help from her chemistry professor and forensic scientist husband and her many friends, Emory discovers she can be a sleuth; using Miss Marple like friendliness and nosiness, along with her own deep intuition, to solve murders and mysteries in the college town of Twombly, Illinois.
I want to encourage you to read The Can Be Mysteries Series. Not only are the characters lovable and the setting enjoyable but you will get completely hooked!!!
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Cozy Mystery Book Reviews
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Music can be Murder
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The inquisitive and delightful Mrs. Emory Crawford, who uses her intuition to solve crimes, will surely become a favorite sleuth to cozy mystery fans, and classic mystery readers will not be disappointed with Music can be Murder’s plot twists and intriguing puzzles in this entertaining whodunit.
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I really enjoyed Death can be Hooked by Pearl R. Meaker. I recommend Death can be Hooked to all fans of Cozy Mysteries, especially cozy fans who are also yarn enthusiasts, but the story will entertain all cozy mystery lovers.
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✦ Mysteries can be Buried
A house vanished intact during a record flood in 1844. A current day Twombly College archeology team finds it — and the two mummies inside open a very cold case murder investigation while the current murder of a young man seems tied to the case.
It’s a good thing Emory is good at solving puzzles.
2017 Benjamin Franklin Mystery and Suspense Gold Award Winner (as The Devil's Flood)
An archaeological dig by a small college in the Midwest is an interesting subject to write about and the characters feel like genuine small town residents. Mysteries can be Buried is a well written
A Benjamin Franklin Awards anonymous judge.
✦ Twombly Tales
>Can a walk in a park be the catalyst for a vision of long ago?
>Can a young couple's wedding woes be turned to possibilities?
>Can friends help relieve a mourning widow's worries?
>Can a day shelving books result in an epiphany experience?
The answers lie in the four vignettes that make up Twombly Tales.
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