Amish Mystery: That Which Was Lost (Amish Secret Widows' Society, #10)

Amish Mystery: That Which Was Lost (Amish Secret Widows' Society, #10)

by Samantha Price

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Amish Mystery: That Which Was Lost (Amish Secret Widows' Society, #10) by Samantha Price

One of Ettie’s estranged daughters, Myra, turns up unexpectedly on Ettie’s doorstep. 
Myra, who ran away from the Amish as a teen, tells Ettie that her husband of ten years, Peter Davis, has disappeared without a trace. 
And, stranger still, when Myra went to file a missing person’s report she found that the person she knew as Peter Davis did not exist. 
The Amish widows agree to help Ettie’s daughter and enlist the assistance of Detective Crowley. 
While the widows try to find Peter, they discover that he is involved in a web of secrets affecting the lives of many people. 
Will Myra continue to look for her missing husband even though her life is threatened if she continues? 
Is this complex case of the missing Peter Davis going to be the one case that the Amish widows and Detective Crowley can’t solve?

'That Which Was Lost' is Book 10 in the 'Amish Secret Widows' Society' series.
Also in this Amish mystery series:
Book 1: The Amish Widow
Book 2: Hidden
Book 3: Accused
Book 4: Amish Regrets
Book 5: Amish House of Secrets
Book 6: Amish Undercover
Book 7: Plain Murder
Book 8: Amish Breaking Point
Book 9: Plain Wrong

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154235560
Publisher: Samantha Price
Publication date: 12/09/2016
Series: Amish Secret Widows' Society , #10
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 70,839
File size: 380 KB

About the Author

Samantha Price is a best selling author who knew she wanted to become a writer at the age of seven, while her grandmother read to her Peter Rabbit in the sun room. Though the adventures of Peter and his sisters Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cotton-tail started Samantha on her creative journey, it is now her love of Amish culture that inspires her to write. Her writing is clean and wholesome, with more than a dash of sweetness. Though she has penned over eighty Amish Romance and Amish Mystery books, Samantha is just as in love today with exploring the spiritual and emotional journeys of her characters as she was the day she first put pen to paper. Samantha lives in a quaint Victorian cottage with three rambunctious dogs. 

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