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  • A lost necklace...Can Claire find the owner?

    This short novella, part of the Amish Mystery series, contains a mystery for Claire to solve, but this time it is neither a crime nor a murder. Instead, the mystery, finding the owner of a lost necklace, provides Claire with an opportunity to examine her own path since moving to Heavenly, Pennsylvania, a town that embraces both Amish and English cultures. As she works through the clues, in addition to getting ready for Esther's baby shower and managing her store with the help of her assistant, she recognizes the importance of the life change she made, a change that has brought her to the caring aunt who stands with her in times of adversity, to he feeling of stability and friendship with her friends, as well as to a new love in Jacob, a man who sees her soul and loves her for herself. I look forward to the next book in this series.

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  • Plain As Day

    This story is a nestling in the Amish Mystery Series. It is quite a good read and probably could have been expanded into a novel in its own right or as a secondary story within one of the seven books in the series. I have now read the while series and the two nestlings. I'm looking forward to reading the three stand alone Amish themed books this author has written. Additionally, I have purchased a book about Amish History and one about the Anabaptists. I live in Australia but I was born and raised in the United States. My mother's people were from Scranton/Peckvillle Pennsylvania. They were not Amish but not geographically far from Amish land. I have no history in PA but I am curious as neither my Mum or Grandmother ever menrioned them and I think that is odd.

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