Trouble is brewing for a tea shop owner with a penchant for investigation and her talking corgi in this delightful cozy mystery.
When Emma Reed moved to the Cornish village of Trevena, she was looking forward to making new friends, opening up a small tea shop, and taking plenty of brisk walks with her talking dog, Oliver. But when a valuable motorcycle and an old skeleton are found together under the local pub, Emma’s antique dealing friends David and Charles become prime suspects in a forty year old mystery. The local gossip is soon flowing faster than tea in Emma’s shop, and old secrets are being unearthed right along with the old bones.
Although David and Charles insist they have nothing to do with the skeleton, they quickly come under police suspicion. To save their friends, Emma and Oliver will need to dig deep...
About the Author
Jennifer Hawkins is a Michigan-based author of cozy mysteries. She's also a mom, binge reader, corgi enthusiast, and a lover of All Things British. For tea, she prefers a second flush Darjeeling with milk. She also makes a killer (so to speak) lemon curd.
Praise for A Cold Nose for Murder
“A baker’s talking corgi continues to act as her secret sleuth…Who can resist an adorable dog and a mystery that takes patient research to solve?”--Kirkus
Praise for the Chatty Corgi Mystery Series
"Two paws up! First in a wonderful new series....Take one smart—albeit somewhat reluctant—amateur sleuth, Emma Reed, add an idyllic English village setting, colorful characters, a puzzling mystery, and a talking corgi...and you get the perfect mix of all things cozy."--New York Times bestselling author Sofie Kelly
"Charming...the adorable talking dog, Oliver, will steal your heart."-Abby Collette, author of A Deadly Inside Scoop
"Features all the elements of a good cozy...Recommend this one highly to anyone who enjoys British cozies and has no problem with sleuths who chat with their corgis."--Booklist (starred review)
"A promising debut for dog lovers, who’ll delight in the clever talking corgi and his charming owner."--Kirkus
"Fans of dog-centric cozy mysteries will thoroughly enjoy this charming crime-solving duo and the enchanting Cornish setting."-Library Journal
“With the setting in a charming Cornish village and a tea shop, allusions to du Maurier novels, and endearing canine companions, this cozy will appeal on many levels.” -Booklist
"I liked Emma and rooted for her and I loved the Cornwall setting as well...This was a stellar read."--Mystery Scene Magazine