About the Book
It’s Christmastime in Amish Country, and Chloe Humphrey has begun settling into her life in Appleseed Creek excited to see where her new relationship with Timothy Troyer will lead. Unfortunately it leads to murder when the couple discovers the body of Amish teenager Katie Lambright while on their first date.
Near the scene there is evidence that Timothy’s friend and auto mechanic Billy Thorpe is involved with the crime. The police reveal Billy is not really who he said he was and has been living the last decade in Knox County under a stolen alias. Now, Chloe and Timothy must find Billy, bring him to justice, or prove his innocence.
An enticing blend of Amish and English cultures, A Plain Disappearance gives an intimate look into the lives of Amish young people who are searching for their place in community and not necessarily among their own.
From beginning to end this story is full of mystery and intrigue. Chloe and Timothy are only two of many fascinating characters with problems that seem genuine. Not only is there a murder mystery that kept me glued to the pages but since I haven’t read the first two books, my curiosity was piqued to see what choices these young adults would make that impact their future together.
The easy dialogue makes this is a fast read. Humor comes into play at just the right moment, blending in naturally with the flow of the story. I think anyone who enjoys a good mystery series will delight in this one. Hopefully, there will be another installment to find out if Becky stays in the English world or goes back to the Amish, and does Chloe reunite with her dad?
I was provided a copy of A Plain Disappearance: An Appleseed Creek Mystery by the author, Amanda Flower, and B&H Publishing Group for review purposes only. I was not required to write a positive review nor have I received any other compensation from them for this review.
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