Order of Liz Mugavero Books
Liz Mugavero is an American author of cozy mystery novels. She writes the Pawsitively Organic Mysteries series. Liz Mugavero began writing stories as soon as she could hold a pen, and has been telling them for even longer. It wouldn’t take long before she would decide to write for a living, and practiced by writing bad poems full of angst, short stories and a soap opera storyline by the time she was 15. Liz earned her Master’s degree in writing and publishing and worked in journalism, PR and corporate communications. She has a day job working in marketing and writes her novels at night (or any other spare moment she gets). Aside from writing, Liz loves animals, the beach, reading and drinking Starbucks. She currently resides in Connecticut.
Liz Mugavero made her debut as a novelist in 2013 with the novel Kneading to Die. Below is a list of Liz Mugavero’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Pawsitively Organic Mysteries Books
|Kneading to Die||(2013)|
|A Biscuit, a Casket||(2014)|
|The Icing on the Corpse||(2015)|
|Murder Most Finicky||(2015)|
|Custom Baked Murder||(2016)|
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Liz Mugavero Synopsis: Kneading to Die is the first Pawsitively Organic Mystery by Liz Mugavero. Kristan “Stan” Connor has lost her PR job, and with it, a lot of stress. Now she can spend her time in a sleepy new town in Connecticut working on her dream of baking healthy organic pet treats! Before long the neighbourhood dogs are getting out to show up at Stan’s doorstep, begging for the kinds of special homemade treats her Maine Coon cat Nutty loves so much. And Stan’s pet-loving neighbours are thrilled with the new organic options available to their furry family members. But not everyone is a fan of Stan and the organic treats she has to offer… It seems Carole Morganwick, the town vet, is from the old school of pet care. But when Stan swallows her pride and brings a very unwilling Nutty in for a checkup, she not only finds Carole dead under a pile of kibble… but also that she’s in the doghouse as the prime suspect! Finding the real killer and clearing her name will require some seriously surreptitious sniffing around… and hopefully, curiosity won’t kill this innocent cat!