Randy Johnson wrote:My definition of cozies are mystery stories that don't have a lot of blood and violence. They may have a murder or two, but they don't dwell on the harder side of crime. Some of them these days involve food and recipes(I don't read them myself so I can't be sure. Agatha Christie's mysteries would be cozies. Some put Sherlock Holmes in that genre. Today's crime novels, at least some of them, dig into the seamier side of life.
PixelFish wrote:I'm a big Agatha Christie fan. My favourites are the Secret at Chimneys and the Man in the Brown Suit.
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