Teddy bears, teddy bears, and more teddy bears! Here you'll find everything you want to know about my Shamelessly Adorable Teddy Bear Cozy Mystery series, plus other books I've written.
A new setting -- Mariner's Pointe, on the St. Clair River. A murder mystery, in short form. Coming out in September!
Claire Richardson is a certified dog walker who also helps her aunt at the gorgeous Lilac House B&B in Mariner's Pointe. When the chef of the local Ambrosia Cafe is murdered, and the owner becomes the prime suspect, Claire is dragged into helping her best friend prove him innocent.
The victim's boyfriend seems to fit the bill as the killer. But proving that won't be as over-easy as making scrambled eggs or a specialty omelet on the cafe's menu.
Read all of Meg Macy's Adorable Teddy Bear Mysteries and other books.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Award-winning mystery author Meg Macy lives in Southeast Michigan, close enough to Ann Arbor, Chelsea, and Dexter -- the setting of her "Shamelessly Adorable Teddy Bear" cozy mysteries for Kensington. She is also one-half of the writing team of D.E. Ireland for the Eliza Doolittle & Henry Higgins mysteries; two books, Wouldn't It Be Deadly and Get Me to the Grave On Time were Agatha Award finalists for Best Historical. Meg's first published book, Double Crossing, won the 2012 Best First Novel Spur Award from Western Writers of America. Meg loves reading historical and cozy mysteries, gardening, crafts, and watercolor painting.
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Praise for Have Yourself a Beary Little Murder
“A fast read, a fun holiday book that inspires readers to start looking forward to the holiday season to come and to look at teddy bears in a whole new way. The description of the Harry Potter-inspired wizard teddy bear will send fans scrambling to find a bear just like it for their own. I think readers will get a kick out of reading this cozy and am happy to add it to my holiday collection.” --The Cozy Review
“I did enjoy this very much, and highly recommend it! Any time of year is good to read this, but especially before Christmas!” --Open Book Society