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Peg Cochran

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A pseudonym used by Margaret Loudon

Peg grew up in a New Jersey suburb about 25 miles outside of New York City. After college, she moved to the City where she managed an art gallery owned by the son of the artist Henri Matisse. When her first daughter, Francesca, arrived, the new family moved back to the New Jersey suburbs where her second daughter, Annabelle, was born.

Genres: Cozy Mystery, Historical Mystery
Peg Cochran recommends
Death Overdue (2017)
(Haunted Library Mystery, book 1)
Allison Brook
"A charming cozy town, a spunky heroine and a mystery that grabs you from page one. Death Overdue is a delight!"
A Dream of Death (2019)
(Kate Hamilton , book 1)
Connie Berry
"Deliciously atmospheric and beautifully written...this mystery will keep you up late turning the pages."
Dead on the Vine (2020)
(Finn Family Farm Mystery, book 1)
Elle Brooke White
"Dead on the Vine has it all—characters and a setting you will fall in love with and a plot that will keep you turning the pages!"
Grounds For Murder (2020)
(Coffee Lover's Mystery , book 1)
Tara Lush
"A wonderful series debut that is a silky-smooth blend of humor, mystery and romance with a feisty heroine and a delicious island setting."
Death in Bloom (2021)
(Death in Bloom, book 1)
Jess Dylan
"Like her protagonist Sierra, Jess Dylan has manifested a charming cozy with humor, folksy dialogue, Southern charm and a page-turning mystery."
Digging Up Trouble (2021)
(Sweet Fiction Bookshop Mystery, book 1)
Kitt Crowe
"Kitt Crowe has concocted a sweet confection of a mystery with lively characters and a spunky heroine. Throw in an irresistible dog named Cookie, a town with street names like Lemon Loop Way, plenty of clever clues and red herrings, and you have a cozy mystery that is sure to delight."

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