Domestic Diva Mysteries by Krista Davis
The Domestic Diva Mysteries series is a series of cozy mystery novels by American novelist Krista Davis. Sophie Winston is an event planner who lives in Alexandria, Virginia. When she stumbles across a dead body, she adds a second job of amateur detective to her business card.

Krista Davis began her Domestic Diva Mysteries series in 2008 with her debut novel, The Diva Runs Out of Thyme. The series is currently ongoing, with one novel being published each year. Below is a list of Krista Davis’ Domestic Diva Mysteries books in order of when they were originally published (which is the same as their chronological order):

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Publication Order of Domestic Diva Mysteries Books

The Diva Runs Out of Thyme(2008)Description / Buy at
The Diva Takes the Cake(2009)Description / Buy at
The Diva Paints the Town(2009)Description / Buy at
The Diva Cooks a Goose(2010)Description / Buy at
The Diva Haunts the House(2011)Description / Buy at
The Diva Digs Up the Dirt(2012)Description / Buy at
The Diva Frosts a Cupcake(2013)Description / Buy at
The Diva Wraps It Up(2014)Description / Buy at
The Diva Steals a Chocolate Kiss(2015)Description / Buy at
The Diva Serves High Tea(2016)Description / Buy at
The Diva Cooks Up a Storm(2018)Description / Buy at
The Diva Sweetens the Pie(2019)Description / Buy at
The Diva Spices It Up(2020)Description / Buy at
The Diva Serves Forbidden Fruit(2021)Description / Buy at
The Diva Says Cheesecake!(2022)Description / Buy at
The Diva Delivers on a Promise(2023)Description / Buy at
The Diva Goes Overboard(2024)Description / Buy at

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Domestic Diva Mysteries Synopsis: The Diva Runs Out of Thyme by Krista Davis is the first book in her Domestic Diva Mysteries series. Natasha Smith knows how to throw a party like no other, although Sophie Winston is competitive with her. Natasha has stolen the spotlight from Sophie, as well as her husband, but Sophie is looking to win the prize for Stupendous Stuffing Shakedown. But on Sophie’s search for a turkey that’s just right leads her straight to a body. Then, when the cops find Sophie’s name and picture inside of the victim’s car, it looks as if Sophie will have some explaining to do…

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  1. Cerise Rowan: 4 years ago

    i am only familiar with one of the other series suggested and sorry to say, it lacked the character development and intricacy of story I like to much in the “domestic Diva” books. Krista Davis creates a narrative of marvelously annoying and marvelously wonderful characters and weaves them through complexities of character and event… unlike most mysteries, I find myself listening to the stories again, hearing something I missed the first time. I like audio books, I have little time to sit and read… and the narrator is marvelous. I think the other authors write books more like Kristen’s “Paws and claws” series… good, but, not as intricate and rich as any of the “Domestic Diva” series so far. to this point Krista has avoided the modern pitfall of adding “trendy” socio-political agendas, the last thing I want added to my pleasure reading is more lecturing by thoughtless political ideologies, I have enjoyed her skill in telling a “timeless” tale, not needing the trappings of trendy-edgy conformity gear and agendas, they are truly tales of people, each with a life story, a personality and each so entertaining when they interact as the tale unfolds. And I have really enjoyed hearing of how their lives evolve as the books continue, do read them in order. The only downside has been looking for the same complexity in other books…
    I know who I think Sophie should end up 😉 someone who has really been there for her… quietly… never pressing his suit… but, waiting…
    but, I could be wrong, her story always fits the clues and, she is one of the few authors who, I have not known “who” and “why” before the end but, it makes complete sense!
    Thank you Krista Davis for hours of listening enjoyment.


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