My Musing ~ Happy Homicides 4: Fall Into Crime edited by Joanna Campbell

Fall into Crime edited by Joanna Campbell is the fourth book in the “Happy Homicides” mystery series. Publisher: Spot On Publishing, August 2016

Fall Into CrimeFall into Crime has stories about crimes taking place in the fall. From back to school to Halloween, autumn is a season about change and transition. We feature authors from the first three volumes, as well as several new to our anthology family. Cuddle up and read more cozy mysteries.

Fall Into Crime authors and stories: Cara Mia Delgatto and the House of Refuge by Joanna Campbell Slan; Dying for School Tea by Linda Gordon Hengerer; The Glass Birdhouse by Carole W. Price; Bobbing for Murder by Lesley A. Diehl; Raven House by Nancy Jill Thames; Falling for Murder by Teresa Trent; Dead Men Tell Tales by Maggie Toussaint; All Hallow’s Eve Heist by Anna Celeste Burke; Accident, Suicide, or Murder by Randy Rawls; Haunted Hair Nights by Nancy J. Cohen; Spirit in the Rock by Terry Ambrose; Haunting in Himmarshee by Deborah Sharp. Bonus Story: Kiki Lowenstein and the Doodoo by Joanna Campbell Slan.

This is a nicely done collection of short stories. It was good to see some favorite authors in this anthology and discover several new-to-me authors whose stories have me wanting to read more of their work. The mysteries in this collection were easy reads that were both engaging and entertaining and just enough of a tease to whet your appetite for more.

6 responses to “My Musing ~ Happy Homicides 4: Fall Into Crime edited by Joanna Campbell

  1. Thanks for the mention! It’s an honor to be included in this anthology.

  2. I’m looking forward to reading this book. I like short stories.

  3. Thanks so much for the mention, Dru. Reading HH 4 may be an option for folks whose holiday is being wrecked by Hermine. Just hope y’all don’t have to read by candlelight…..stay safe, everyone.

  4. maggietoussaint

    Thanks for the mention, Dru Ann. I’m glad the stories appealed to you!

  5. What fun! Sounds like a great collection.

  6. Thanks for the nice review, Dru!