It’s Friday once again and that means it’s time for Connect Five Friday, hosted at Book Date by Kathryn – the meme where we share five book/reading things that connect in some way.
As the news seems to worsen each day, I thought I’d add a little bit of humour. I participate in a number of reading challenges and one of the categories was to read a book which a pun as its title. I find that many cozy mysteries really do love playing with words in their titles.
Here are 5 books with puns in their titles (I haven’t read them, but they are in my kidle TBR). These books as well are the first in a series by each author.
Rest in Pieces by Katie Graykiwski. I’ve enjoyed all the books I’ve read by the author. And this one, about Mustange Ridge, single mom, who decides she must investigate a murder, looks like a fun one to read.
Crime and Nourishment by Miranda Sweet. Angie Prouty has to investigate as murder as she is the prime suspect.
A Shot in the Bark by C. A. Newsome, Can Artist Lia figure out who the serial killer is?
The Maiming of the Shrew by Hannah Clemson. Beatrice is new to town, a bookshop owner and now a suspect. Can she find out the truth?
An Affair to Dismember by Elise Sax. Drawn into the family matchmaking business, she is soon trying to prove her neighbour’s death was a murder.