Lost and Found in Prague - Kelly Jones
I loved the premise of this book. It takes place in Prague twenty years after the Velvet Revolution. This is a place that I would love to one day visit and the setting immediately drew me in.

The characters were great also. Dal is a detective going through marriage struggles and find the murderer of a senator. He has his own struggles that he’s trying to deal with and balance out. Dana is on vacation, and stumbles into a mystery concerning the Infant of Prague. Her cousin wants her to help figure out what happened with a nun in the convent, and what really happened that night. Father Borelli is only trying to help a fellow priest and friend in the events that happened at the church. He also learns a few things about himself.

I enjoyed the mystery. I was left guessing, and trying to figure out what was going to happen next. The way these three characters worked together was great. Each of them formed a type of bond with the other. I especially liked how Borelli and Dana came to be friends through this ordeal. The only thing I didn’t care for was the epilogue and ending. It seemed a little too easy, and clean cut. Other than that, I loved traveling the streets of Prague while Dal, Dana and Borelli figured out what was going on in this city, and how events were connected.