By Vannetta Chapman
There's extra to the old fashioned northern Indiana city of Shipshewana than hand made quilts, Amish-made furnishings, immaculate farms and close-knit households. while a lifeless lady is located floating in an area pond, homicide is additionally afoot. And Reuben Fisher is in detention center because the suspect! Reuben refuses to expose any details, even to transparent himself of against the law Deborah is bound he didn't dedicate. So, together with her English buddy, Callie---fellow sleuth and proprietor of Daisy's cover Shop---Deborah units out to discover the reality. however the secret deepens while an aged guy seeks Callie's assist in discovering his long-lost daughter, lacking because the days of the 1965 Palm Sunday Tornadoes. An previous guy who has misplaced his earlier. a tender guy who could lose his destiny. once more Deborah and Callie locate themselves attempting to piece jointly a loopy cover of lives and events---one which can carry unforeseen touches of God's grace and unravel the tragedy that has shaken this quiet Amish neighborhood
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Sam laid the photograph aside and studied the police report. The victim, Marsha Lynn Bradley, nee Stilson, had been a white female, 5’6”, 118 pounds, brown eyes, thirty-nine years old. M. The victim’s son, Tommy, age five, had been present in the house when the body was discovered, locked in his bedroom closet. The child had been in a state of severe shock and literally unable to speak when police arrived at the scene. There had been no signs of physical trauma to the child. Preliminary investigation revealed no apparent signs of forced entry and nothing had been stolen.
No, I’m as ready as I’m going to be. ” Ann cringed at the sound of the “f” word coming from her daughter’s lips. This time she wasn’t going to excuse it. “You’d better start watching your mouth, young lady! ” Amy glared at Ann defiantly. “Come on, Mother! ” “That doesn’t give you the right to, though. ” She stormed out of the room. Ann wanted to chase after her and give her a good piece of her mind but stopped herself. She knew they’d only get in a fight, and Ann wasn’t in the mood for it. When she heard the front door creak open, she hurried down the stairs just as Amy was halfway out the door.
Maybe her friend could help cheer her up a bit. She went over to the phone and dialed Karen’s number. “Karen, it’s me. ” “Hi, Ann. Just sitting here waiting for Bill. ” “Horrible,” Ann replied. God, Karen, this is awful. ” “I feel so sad for you, Ann. I know how much she meant to you. All I can say is that she’s gone to a much better place,” Karen declared compassionately. ” “Devastated. Cried like a baby through the whole service. I really feel sorry for him. And poor little Tommy. ” “The poor child.
A Perfect Square (Shipshewana Amish Mystery, Book 2) by Vannetta Chapman