The Book – Murder Tightly Knit
Six months have passed since the last murder but Hannah Troyer and Amber Bowman are at it again. Join my newest (and favorite) amateur super sleuths in their newest adventure, because murder has found its way into The Amish Village, again.
A local Amish man, Owen Esch, has been found on the Pumpkinvine Trail. Brutally murdered and surpringly all clues point to Mary from The Cat’s Cradle yarn shop, part of the Amish Village.
Mary is one of the quietest and most loyal people that Hannah Troyer knows, so how in the world is she mixed up in this crazy murder mess?
Wade through the unexpected world of survivalists, watch as the FBI entertains crazy ideas, and see love blossom during the middle of this investigation. Also, meet Andrew, Jesse’s brother, that has left the ways of the Amish, yet creates suspicion at every turn.
Can Hannah help Jesse see that Andrew just needs forgiveness and grace? Or will this be the last straw on an already strained brotherly relationship?
Delve into the blended world of the Englischer (English) and Amish and behold how tenacity and grace abound.
Join Amber ad Hannah as they seek the truth, but will it be in time? Or will the murderer strike again before all the clues can be answered?
Oooooh, how I enjoy these two characters, Amber and Hannah! These two woman encourage me to be a better person. The grace, forgiveness, and love that they show over and over again is simply astounding.
I raved about the last book in this series and I feel that this one is equally incredible. This book went so much deeper into the characters and wove such great back stories. I enjoyed getting to know all of the characters better and I feel even more tightly bound to Middlebury, Indiana than I did before.
The author blends murder, intrigue, and intensely accurate facts into a story that seems more truth than fiction. Well done.
I look forward to getting into the next book in this series and sharing with you, because Vannetta Chapman has yet to disappoint!
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Until the next book review…
In His Grace.