An article in The Washington Post on modern cozy mysteries features C.S. Challinor's "Murder on the Moor," Simon Brett's "Blotto, Twinks and the Ex-King's daughter," and Nancy Atherton's "Aunt Dimity and the Family Tree."
"C.S. Challinor delivers a racier cozy in Murder on the Moor(Midnight Ink), the fourth novel in the Rex Graves mystery series and one that transplants the well-worn country house weekend plot to the Scottish Highlands."
For the full review and article, entitled Suspicious Minds in Homey Settings, please click on the Washington Post link below: