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The Amish Midwife by Mindy Starns Clark
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Sep 19, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: amish, christian, borrowed-from-lynne, mindy-starns-clark, 2011, mystery-thriller, almost-favourites, leslie-gould
Read from July 31 to August 02, 2011

I loved this book! The start of a fantastic series. I've only read one book from Mindy previously (Secrets of Harmony Grove) and I'd found the mystery to be quite complex and a little too dark for my liking, so naturally I was intrigued to see what her joint series with Leslie Gould would entail. While the complex storyline and mystery aspect remained, I felt far more connected to the characters in this book. It was fascinating to learn a bit about the Anabaptist history of the Amish (which is dealt with in more depth in #2) and trying to figure out the family tree was a lot of fun. A wonderful book about family relations and figuring out who you are and how your family defines you. I'd definitely recommend this book to Amish fans, particularly those who're looking for something different from the usual romantic storyline. Romance didn't really feature in this book, focusing more on the relationships between the women in the family and uncovering Lexie's past. So if you'd like to try an Amish novel but aren't a massive fan of romantic fiction, this is definitely the one to start with. 9/10

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08/01/2011 page 123
40.0% "Loving this book so far, very hard to put down!"

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