Three Books on a Theme: Crafty Cozy Fiction

March is National Craft Month! Here are three staff recommended titles to help you indulge in the glittery goodness of crafty, cozy fiction. 

Glitter Bomb

A murder mystery kicks off with a Mardi Gras parade float exploding in a shower of glitter and resulting in the death of the "krewe" captain. Scrapbooking tips and yummy recipes round out this installment of a long-running series sure to please cozy fans.

Knit, Purl, A Baby and A Girl

In this queer romance, Poppy Adams decides to keep an unplanned baby after a drunken hook-up with her ex, Jake. After joining a knitters group to learn how to make baby booties, she falls head over heels for Rhiannon, a hot butch fellow group member. With crafting references sprinkled throughout, this dynamic rom-com will hook romance-loving knitters.

Bearly Departed

A solid Michigan family business cracks when an employee is murdered. This first in a new series features a complex plot awash in red herrings, a perky heroine whose many problems are certain to blossom in future installments, and everything you ever wanted to know about teddy bears.

For many more cozy reads, take a look at these staff lists!