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Book Talk: Mrs. Pollifax and the Golden Triangle

 So I've been into more cozy videos, cozy YouTube, TikTtok, you name it if it's cozy, I want to be there. What I have found is that people have varying definitions of what they consider to be cozy, the same with cozy books. A lot of people find chill science fiction books to hit the spot, while other find cute tomance novels. Both are valid and great reads. However, I think what I find cozy is mystery, especially when the mystery book makes you feel like you're reading an episode off the classic show, Murder, She Wrote .  About the Author Dorothy Gilman started writing when she was 9 and knew early on she was to be a writer. At 11, she competed against 10 to 16-year-olds in a story contest and won first place. She attended Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and briefly the University of Pennsylvania. She planned to write and illustrate children's books. She married Edgar A. Butters Jr, in 1945, this ended in divorce in 1965. Dorothy worked as an art teacher & t