Tag Archives: Amish fiction

The Robin’s greeting

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

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The Mockingbird’s song

Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, retired public librarian and long time book discussion leader Title: The Mockingbird’s song (Amish Greenhouse Mystery Book 2) Author: Wanda E. Brunstetter Publisher: Shiloh Run Press https://www.barbourbooks.com/barbour-books/(Shiloh Run Press) Date: 2020 Format: Paperback Length: 313 pages Overview: In this second book of the Amish Greenhouse Mystery series, the focus is on […]

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The crow’s call

As we read The crow’s call, many scenarios are introduced but few are resolved in this first book of a trilogy. If you as a reader do not mind being left hanging, then you will certainly enjoy this story and it’s likable characters.

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Among the innocent

Ten years ago Leah Miller’s entire family was murdered and the person that everyone thought responsible for the crime, committed suicide. Leah joined the police force because of this and left her Amish faith. Now someone else has been murdered and it looks like the same killer.

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