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If you follow me on social media, you already know. I am obsessed with corgis. Especially my Lucy Loo. I don’t know what it is about these little furry bread loaves but I just love their sweet little faces and stumpy legs and wiggly butts.
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Why not combine my love for cozy mysteries and corgis? Thankfully, several authors are one step ahead of me.
Cozy Corgi Mysteries (23 book series)
by Mildred Abbott
Beautiful mountains, beautiful boutiques, delectable pastries, a nice bookshop… and murder in Estes Park, Colorado. Winifred Page and her corgi Watson relocate to Estes Park in order to reset their lives. Fred is going to establish her dream bookstore, and the only difficulties she foresees are adapting to small-town life, dealing with visitors, and staying close to her adoring mother, Phyllis, and her hippie stepfather, Barry. Fred anticipates dust bunnies and spiders when she walks inside her soon-to-be-bookshop for the first time, not a dead corpse in the upper kitchen. Barry is an easy target for the local cops. Fred dons her detective hat, and with Watson at her side, she explores her new town and meets her fellow merchants, determined to establish eccentric Barry’s innocence of murder. Is it possible that one of her pleasant neighbors is the genuine bad guy? What would be the motivation for assassinating the proprietor of the Sinful Bites candy store? Fred’s discoveries cause her to clash with the local police sergeant, jeopardizing her comfortable future in Estes. With the snow pouring outside, Fred wants nothing more than to cozy up by the fire with a nice book and Watson at her feet. But before she can start her new life and put her bookstore plans into action, Fred and Watson must solve a mystery… (A recipe for scrumptious lemon bars is included in this gourmet cozy mystery.)
A Chatty Corgi Mystery (3 book series)
by Jennifer Hawkins
Emma leaves London and her high-finance career behind and relocates to a picturesque Cornish town with cobblestone streets and winding lanes. She wants to create a village tea shop where she can bake the recipes that her grandmother passed down to her, and there will be plenty of room for her talking corgi, Oliver, to explore. Yes…talking. Even when no one else can, Emma has always been able to comprehend Oliver.
Emma is off to a bad start with Oliver when she finds that the curmudgeonly owner of the property she wants to rent for her business despises dogs as soon as she arrives in the hamlet. Despite the fact that some may flee, Emma is determined to win her over. However, she discovers the lady dead when she sends some of her handmade scones as a peace offering. To capture a murderer, Emma and Oliver will have to combine their investigative abilities.
Port Sunset Mysteries (2 book series)
by Louise Stevens
Millie Wentworth is content with her life in Port Sunset, Florida. At the Gulf Palms Resort and Spa, she has her ideal job. Millie, with the assistance of her colorful grandma Lulu, her gang of septuagenarian beach bunnies, and Spud the corgi, always solves the case.
Corgi Case Files (15 book series)
by Jeffrey Poole
Soon after Zachary Anderson becomes a widower, he chooses to relocate from Phoenix to Pomme Valley, Oregon, a charming tiny town. He’s only just gotten acclimated to his new surroundings when he discovers that he’s the proud father of two corgis, Sherlock and Watson—and that he’s been accused of murder. Join the immensely popular corgi pair as they become the police department’s most successful crime-solving squad ever. You’ll be laughing, sobbing, and constantly surprised at how these corgis manage to do it.
Mrs. Murphy (30 book series)
by Rita Mae Brown
Mrs. Murphy’s human companion, Mary Minor “Harry” Haristeen, may perish as a result of her curiosity. Small communities are like family in that everyone lives near by…and everyone has secrets. Crozet, Virginia, seems to be a normal tiny town—until its secrets erupt in murder. Mary Minor “Harry” Haristeen, Crozet’s thirty-something postmistress, owns a tiger cat (Mrs. Murphy) and a Welsh Corgi (Tucker), is divorcing, and has a horrible habit of reading postcards that aren’t intended to her. When the residents of Crozet begin to be slaughtered, Harry recalls that each of them was given a card with a gravestone on the front and the inscription “Wish you were here” on the reverse. Mrs. Murphy and Tucker begin sniffing out clues to defend their human acquaintance. Meanwhile, Harry is doing her own inquiry, completely oblivious to the fact that her dogs are a step ahead of her. If only Mrs. Murphy could inform her in some way, Harry may be able to discover the murderer before the murder—and before she ends up on the killer’s mailing list.
An Enchanted Garden Mystery (3 book series)
by Bailey Cattrell
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With its beautiful flowers and lush foliage, the Enchanted Garden behind Elliana Allbright’s perfume store attracts visitors of all ages. When the enchanted tranquility is disturbed, it’s up to Ellie to track out the assailant.
Since opening Scents & Nonsense, a custom-made-perfume shop in Poppyville, California, Ellie’s life has expanded. Her ability to work with scents and plant essences, some of which she grows herself, seems almost miraculous. Her fragrances have the ability to elicit emotions, effect change, or just make people happy. Customers are coming to her shop to purchase her items or just to relax in her lovely garden, drink tea, and eat baked cookies.
When she discovers that her part-time helper Josie is dating her ex, she senses danger. Before she can warn the young lady about his seductions, she discovers Josie dead in the Enchanted Garden. Now that Ellie is the leading suspect in Josie’s murder, she must look for the true perpetrator in Josie’s past—because stopping this crisis in its tracks will require a miracle….
Well, there they are. Enough corgi mysteries to help get you through hours at the dog park. And if you listen to the audiobooks, you’ll get those corgi stumpers going for chapters.
Have you read any of these? What’s your favorite dog? Let me know and I’ll look for a series with them in it.
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