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The Cozy Corner with Alexia Gordon

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Like mysteries on the lighter side? Prefer crime novels without hardcore sex and violence? Then tune in to The Cozy Corner with Alexia Gordon. Listen as the award-winning author of the Gethsemane Brown Mysteries chats with other authors who write on the less-steamy end of the crime fiction spectrum, from traditional, to cozy, to the edge of cozy. It’s mystery without explicit violence, sex, or gore. It’s mystery full of intricate plots, engaging characters, and brilliant writing. The Cozy Corner with Alexia Gordon, available on Apple, Google, Spotify, and several other fine podcast listening platforms.


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Alexia Gordon

The Gethsemane Brown Mysteries are available through BarnesandNoble.com, Amazon, Kindle Unlimited, Bookshop.org, and Audible. For more about my works, stop by my website, alexiagordon.net



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