Friday 22 July 2016

Murder, Handcrafted (Amish Quilt Shop Mystery #5) by Isabella Alan

Murder, Handcrafted (Amish Quilt Shop Mystery #5)

Amish quilt shop owner Angie Braddock crosses wires with a killer in the latest from the national bestselling author of Murder, Plainly Read...

Spring has arrived in Holmes County and Angie couldn’t be happier. She’s got great friends, a thriving business, and is in the perfect relationship with Sheriff James Mitchell. The only thing raining on her parade is her mother drafting her into a massive home renovation project—and using their sudden mother/daughter bonding time to comment on Angie’s ticking biological clock.

The house’s repairs and upgrades between the Amish craftsmen and their Englisch counterparts are proceeding well until a tremendous shock comes to the workers when the electrician is found dead on site. With the sheriff suspecting foul play, it falls to Angie to root a killer out of the woodwork. . . .
   (Summary via Goodreads)

This is a great series. Murder Handcrafted is book five in An Amish Quilt Shop Mystery series. It is a page turning, who dunit from start to finish and of course, Oliver, Dodger, and Petunia steal the show. I can't say enough about the characters and the plot in each of Isabella Alan's books. They are all thought out and full of twists and turns for her readers.

Angie Braddock, the owner of Running Stitch in Rolling Brook, Ohio is in the heart of Amish country. She loves it here along with her handsome boyfriend, Sheriff James Mitchell. But all things quiet must come to an end when her dad ends up hurting his back trying to do a DIY kitchen remodel. Angie's mom Daphne is not happy! She is worried about her husband and now her electrician is down for good! He is found dead in the backyard! Tons of secrets start coming out of the wood work about not only Grif the electrician but her best friend Jonah. Why would anyone in this small Amish town want to kill someone??? 

And how in the world is James going to keep Angie out of this investigation so close to home?
Some things should be left in the past or more people in the future may end up six feet under.

Review by Penny M.

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