Death in A Budapest Butterfly

Death in A Budapest Butterfly

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"Hanna Keller and her family run Maggie's Tea House, an establishment heavily influenced by the family's Hungarian descent and specializing in a European-style traditional tea service. But truthfully, one of the shop's largest draws is Hanna's eccentric grandmother, who's known for her remarkable ability to read the future in the leaves at the bottom of their customers' cups. Lately, however, her readings have become alarmingly ominous ... Hanna is also an avid teacup collector and especially takes pride in the Anna Weatherley butterfly cup she recently procured. But the exquisite piece of porcelain soon becomes the center of a murder investigation, when it's suspected of delivering poison to one of the guests at their most recent event. Hanna's determined to find the true killer, exonerate her family, their business, and in the process, reclaim her beautiful Budapest Butterfly."--Publisher description.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2019.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9781984804822
1984804820
Branch Call Number: Fic Buck
Characteristics: viii, 293 pages ; 18 cm

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First in the Hungarian Tea House Mysteries. Hana Keller serves up European-style cakes and teas in her family-owned tea house, but when a customer keels over from a poisoned cuppa, Hana and her tea-leaf reading grandmother will have to help catch a killer.


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Nov 13, 2019

This is a charming mystery. The family-owned tea-shop, and bits of info about Hungary and it's culture and food, made it refreshing compared with other mysteries. Also, there was a bit of innocence about some of the main characters, which I also found refreshing.

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