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  • Love this cozy series, highly recommend!

    I have never written a book review for a cozy mystery and said that it was hauntingly beautiful at times, but that is exactly how I felt about Death on the Night of Lost Lizards by Julia Buckley. Her imagery of the winter evenings combined with the dreamlike states of her psychic visions created the perfect atmosphere for this cozy taking place during the Christmas season. I keep coming back to the Hungarian Tea House Mysteries for the detailed and varied characters, the wonderful descriptions of the food, tea sets and parties, and the Hungarian folklore along with the interesting Hungarian facts, all combined with a touch of psychic activity… which keeps increasing a bit with every new book. This book also included some suspense with Erik’s sister and some of the events that happened, so for me, that was a great bonus. The mystery was well thought out and kept me guessing, and I’m still enjoying Hana and Erik’s relationship, which is a must for me to continue any series. I highly recommend the Hungarian Tea House Mysteries. And while you could start with book three and not be confused, do yourself a favor and start with book one instead, Death in a Budapest Butterfly.

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  • I loved it!

    This is the third book in the series and one word: wow! This was much more than a cozy mystery (not to take away from a really well written whodunit). Set at Christmas and Hana’s birthday, this latest offering in the series was rich, vibrant, filled with family love and heritage. Add in a dash of psychic abilities and this book was one I could not put down. I highly recommend this book and I hope to read more books in this series.

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