Callie Harper lives in the Amish community of Shipshewana, Indiana and she owns the quilters shop left to her by her late aunt. Since she arrived in this little community she has made friends, English and Amish. She has also been accused of murder and found an unlikely ally on the police force. Now the unthinkable happens: someone murders her competitor in front of Callie’ s own shop. To make matters worse, her friend Melinda’s wheelchair-bound son is the only witness. Will the Amish community help in the investigation or will they protect the murderer?
I do not typically pick up Amish books but I do love a clean mystery. This book was great on both counts!
Three words that describe this book: Amish, mystery, Christian
You might want to pick this book up if: You enjoy clean, fun mysteries with a Christian slant to them.