This cozy mystery was a very enjoyable reading, really intriguing, a compelling "treasure hunt" in the wonderful city of Amsterdam.
Bud has never known to have an uncle until the day he received the news of his death. His mother claims that he was a bad boy and had fled from her house stealing a precious object. His uncle has left a letter to Bud in which he begs him to go to Amsterdam and follow the instructions that he has left. He hopes so to be known by his nephew and to redeem his negative image. Bud and his wife Cait leave for Amsterdam at his uncle's research and soon discover they will also investigate his mysterious death.
Cait is a great character and I loved all the time spent with her. I also loved how Bud and Cait work together. Their relationship is truly enviable, are in love, accomplices.
Although it is the seventh book in the series can be read as a standalone, I can't wait to have time to read the first books in the series.
The plot was well written and it was just nice to solve the mystery along with Cait. It reminded me very much of Agatha Christie novels. The descriptions of the landscapes and the food are so well-made, realistic, vivid that really seems to be there, to stroll along the charming canals eating crepes stuffed with ham.
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a riveting story.
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