The Robin’s greeting

Reviewed by:

Ceil Carey, retired public librarian and long time book discussion leader



The Robin’s greeting


Wanda E. Brunstetter


Shiloh Run Run Press)

Publication Date:





314 pages


If you have been reading this series, we are now at the end of the King saga. Belinda, the widowed mother and grandmother must decide between her two suitors. Her teenage son Henry is bitter at the thought of his mother remarrying and, in his mind, replacing his dad. How can Brenda help relieve this bitterness so she can marry her new love and keep her relationship  with her son?

There is  still the issue of vandalism that has plagued the Kings and their greenhouse in the last two years. Belinda has prayed about it many times but has been apprehensive about reporting to local authorities. Perhaps readers have an opinion of who is responsible. We now will have the culprit revealed.

And we cannot ignore Belinda’s neighbor Virginia, a miserably unhappy woman who lives across the road from the King’s home and greenhouse. She hates the traffic from the business and horse droppings, both the mess and the stench. Virginia’s life does an abrupt 180 in this book with a wonderful and surprising result!


4 out of 5

Suggested audience:

Fans of Amish fiction, particularly those who have read Book 1 and 2 of the Amish Greenhouse Mystery series.

Christian impact:

The King family turns to God in every situation depending on Him for direction and help in every way.

Also includes:

-recipe for Belinda’s savory baked beans

-discussion questions

For a link to the two previous books:


The Robin's Greeting (Amish Greenhouse Mystery #3)

About Ceil Carey

The Evangelical Church Library Association, founded in 1970, is a fellowship of Christian churches, schools, and individuals.

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