Death on the Night of Lost Lizards (A HUNGARIAN TEA HOUSE MYSTERY #3) (Mass Market)
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This is book number 3 in the A HUNGARIAN TEA HOUSE MYSTERY series.
Along with her mother and grandmother, Hana Keller has achieved renown serving tea and cakes with a European flair, but when a local professor is killed, she uncovers a serving of suspects instead…
Hana Keller is getting ready for a lovely holiday season. When she receives a rare tea set as a birthday gift, she decides to host a tea at her apartment for her closest friends. During the cozy get-together, one of Hana's friends gets word that a murderer is on the loose. Hana soon learns that the victim was Sandor Balog, a professor of Hungarian Studies at the local college.
With her growing psychic ability, Hana senses that she is going to be pulled into the investigation of the professor's death somehow. With her sexy boyfriend Erik on the case, Hana finds the Tea House steeped in suspects. She studies the smiling faces celebrating the season, but the real killer is good at hiding the truth and putting Hana in the hot seat….
About the Author
Julia Buckley is the author of the Undercover Dish Mysteries and the Writer's Apprentice Mysteries. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and the Chicago Writer's Association. She has taught high school English for twenty-nine years.
Praise for Death on the Night of Lost Lizards
"Appealing characters combine seamlessly with a twisty mystery in this pleasing tale of love and hate."--Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Death in a Budapest Butterfly
"Absorbing and, in parts, genuinely spine-tingling. With this debut, the Hungarian Tea House mystery series has jumped on my list of all-time favorites, and I'm very excited to see where it goes next."--Criminal Element
"Hana is a smart and engaging heroine with just the right amount of sass." --Bailey Cates, New York Times bestselling author of Cookies and Clairvoyance
"Julia Buckley's delightful new series debut...includes three generations of strong, intelligent women, craving-inducing discussions of food, and a fascinating background of Hungarian culture along with a dandy mystery."--Miranda James, New York Times bestselling author of the Cat in the Stacks Mysteries