#28 Books That Make You Want to Solve a Mystery – Autumn Doerr

Mystery, one of the most popular genres. We all love a good mystery! From early on we read the Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, Sherlock Holmes, Agatha Christy, the list goes on, right? 

What makes mysteries so enticing? Why do we like to wonder why? It’s like figuring out a puzzle, right? And you get the experience the thrill of being a sleuth, but from the safety of your couch orbed. Nice and cozy—that’s why they call them cozy mysteries, after all! 

Our guest today knows a thing or two about writing mysteries. Her first book is called Baker’s Dozen—It is a Lexi Fagan mystery.

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