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Dark Crossings: The Covered Bridge\Fallen in Plain Sight\Outside the Circle

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  • Posted July 23, 2012

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    Great Amish Romance and Mystery

    This book is such a page turner, with both mystery and Amish romance. Although there are three different stories, and in separate locations, they are about 3 second cousins. They all got reaquainted at a mutual cousins wedding, and now send a round robin letter to each other.
    The first story is The Covered Bridge by Karen Harper, and features Abigail Baughman who is running her Grandmother's Mushroom farm, and Benjamin Kline a returning shunned Amishman. This one has quite a few scary moments, and you wonder who is behind some of the attacks. There is a broken relationship, jewelery theft, hangings....etc. Be prepared!
    The next story Fallen in Plain Sight by Marta Perry is also excellent. This is about Sarah Weaver who works for an elderly, grouchy man, and her childhood friend Jacob Nast who works for her dad.
    One day Sarah goes to work to find her employer Richard Strickland dead at the end of the stairs. While helping to clean out the house strange things begin to happen. Some things go missing, including phone messages. It does have quite a surprise ending...and will keep you guessing.
    The final story is Outside the Circle by Patricia Davids. Lena Troyer is the teacher, and comes to school one day to find a new student. Ruby Bowman is a little girl who has not spoken since her Mother died. She is accompanied by her Dad Isaac, a woodcarver. Strange things begin to happen in the community after their arrival. There is gun fire at night, poaching of deer, being run off the road, and shootings.
    Again we keep reading and hoping it isn't the attractive Isaac. There is also a sweet relationship between Lena and Ruby.
    This is Amish Romance and Mystery at its finished...don't miss!

    I was given a copy of this book by Netgalley and the Publisher Harlequin, and was not required to give a positive review.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 13, 2012

    Amish romance and mystery at its best! DARK CROSSINGS is 3 stori

    Amish romance and mystery at its best!
    DARK CROSSINGS is 3 stories in 1 book involving 3 Amish communities, 6 main character's, romance and mystery. Each story is fast paced, exciting and on the edge of your seat page turner's. I couldn't stop reading each story till I found out how each suspenseful event turned out and who was behind all the bad things happening. I loved each story.
    I was impressed how the non violent Amish dealt with the violence that happened to them without using violence and getting the same results that happens in the outside world. I loved that the evil that came to each quiet, non violent Amish community left leaving love in its place.
    Well done Karen Harper, Marta Perry and Patricia Davids. You each wrote a great story.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2014

    highly recommended

    This book was different because of the three authors. The way they
    continued the story from one to the another. I also had a chance to read two authors I have never read. I discovered that I will be looking for the books Karen Harper and Patricia Davids write. I read Marta Perry already.

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    Posted October 6, 2012

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