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A Plain Death by Amanda Flower
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Mar 23, 12

really liked it
bookshelves: 2012
Read in March, 2012

This is a story that reads like an actual happening. Chloe Humphrey is on her way to Apple Creek OH to start her first job. On her way she has a chance encounter with a couple of men in a green truck tormenting and perhaps abducting a young Amish girl.
This is the start of her new adventure...Becky Troyer ends up moving in with her as she moves in. Actually in her past she moved in with another family, and rather feels she should help Becky. Because of this decision, her life becomes involved with the Amish culture. There is her new job as the head of the College's Computer Department...where you will meet some new characters and some big time back stabbing. There will also be a death...with Becky involved, and you will wonder who was the actual target.
There is a "love" interest in the form of Becky's brother, and there will be times if you will wonder who Timothy is really interested. You will also love the interaction with Timothy's dog!! I also enjoyed the character of Grandpa and the younger Troyer's. Such a loving family makes Chloe miss having one!
You will find God present in this story, and his loving hand in helping them make the right decisions.
You will wish you could be around the dinner table with the Troyer family. A really good read...enjoy!

I received this book from the Publisher B & H Books, and was not required to give a positive review.
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