Plainly Murder: A Penguin Special from Obsidian [NOOK Book]

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Welcome to Rolling Brook, Ohio, a quaint Amish community where life is less tranquil than it seems.



Angela Braddock has come to Rolling Brook to lend a hand at her Aunt Eleanor’s traditional Amish quilt shop. But when Eleanor’s quilting circle mourns the loss of their oldest member, Evelyn, they make a startling discovery about a tragic event in Evelyn’s past. More than a ...
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Plainly Murder: A Penguin Special from Obsidian

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Overview

Welcome to Rolling Brook, Ohio, a quaint Amish community where life is less tranquil than it seems.



Angela Braddock has come to Rolling Brook to lend a hand at her Aunt Eleanor’s traditional Amish quilt shop. But when Eleanor’s quilting circle mourns the loss of their oldest member, Evelyn, they make a startling discovery about a tragic event in Evelyn’s past. More than a decade earlier, during a barn raising, Evelyn’s son Eric fell from the roof and died. Evelyn had always insisted that Eric was pushed, and now a clue in an old quilt convinces Angie to dig up the truth…and discover one of Rolling Brook’s darkest secrets.



Don’t miss the first novel in the Amish Quilt Shop Mystery series, Murder, Plain and Simple.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101623961
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 8/6/2013
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 96
  • Sales rank: 34,374
  • File size: 643 KB

Meet the Author


Isabella Alan, an academic librarian for a small college in Ohio, grew up visiting the state’s Amish country with her family. Her 2010 debut, Maid of Murder, written under the name Amanda Flower, received an Agatha Award nomination for Best First Novel.

 
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  • Posted August 20, 2013

    The gift of a quilt leads to a history that people want to forge

    The gift of a quilt leads to a history that people want to forget until Angie at the request of her aunt tries to deliver the item and discovers a long buried secret that threatens a family.  This was a good read and a nice introduction to Angie Braddock and I enjoyed the set-up to the upcoming new “Amish Quilt Shop” series by Isabella Alan, which I’m looking forward to reading.  

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