Tag Archives: mystery
A Rumored Fortune was a tale shrouded in mystery. The main character, Tressa, was forced to navigate the turbulent rumors and dangers that surrounded her family estate and vineyard. I really felt for Tressa. At times she was a good … Continue reading →
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This novel is a witty addition to the Amish Mystery series. I think it would be best enjoyed after reading book one, Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper. This way, the reader will feel a connection with Edie, Kappy, and … Continue reading →
Never Borrow a Baronet is a sweet and fun addition to the Fortune’s Brides series. Although this story could probably be enjoyed as a stand alone novel, I think that readers will understand the roles of Miss Thorn and Fortune … Continue reading →
This was a fun, cozy mystery full of some very quirky characters! Witty dialogue, a character with down syndrome, and two women who don’t fit in with the other members of the Amish community make this a romp of a … Continue reading →
This mysterious, gothic tale was full of strange characters and secrets that always felt just beneath the surface. The author did a great job of creating an atmosphere that left me wondering who to trust and what had really happened … Continue reading →
This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that … Continue reading →