Thursday, September 5, 2019

Must See Mystery TV

by Sparkle Abbey


Since we read and write mysteries, it was probably also a given that we’d like mystery shows. And there are a lot of great ones to choose from right now. 

Since the arrival of Netflix, Acorn TV, BritBox, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Hallmark Movies and Mysteries, there are more and more opportunities to stumble over shows that are not only great mysteries but are unique and different. 

Why are we so drawn to them? First off, most of these shows are heavily character-driven. The characters are quirky, eccentric and still likable. They are flawed, non-cookie-cutter characters who find themselves in extreme situations. Some serious, some with a mix of humor. Yet they feel so realistic you find yourself rooting for them to get their act together and succeed. 

Plus these shows have great plots! Twists and turns and puzzles to figure out. We love it when we get it figured out before the end of the show; and we love it even more when we don't. 

Here are a few of the shows we're watching:
My Life is Murder
Midsomer Murders
Death in Paradise
Father Brown
Agatha Christie's Inspector Poirot
Murdoch Mysteries Movies
Shakespeare and Hathaway
Vera  
Queens of Mystery
No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency
Miss Fisher's Mysteries
Ms. Fisher's Modern Murder Mysteries

What do you think? Did we list your favorite? Or did we miss your must-see? We're always open to ideas.

Sparkle Abbey is actually two people, Mary Lee Woods aka Mary Lee Ashford and Anita Carter, who write the national best-selling Pampered Pets cozy mystery series. They are friends as well as neighbors so they often get together and plot ways to commit murder. (But don't tell the neighbors.) They love to hear from readers and can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, their favorite social media sites.

Their most recent book is The Dogfather, the tenth book in the Pampered Pets series.

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