Top 5 Multicultural Sleuths

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  1. Ooh, I’ve read Death by Dumpling (I still need to pick up the second! And the third coming out in March !!!) and enjoyed it, but none of the others yet. I’m always looking out for new cozies lol so I’ll definitely have to check these out!

    It might be stretching to call it a cozy mystery, but a favorite of mine from last year was The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey, which is set in India and has one of the first female solicitors in Bombay in Bombay as the sleuth. I loooooooooved it, for anyone looking for another diverse read!

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