Monday, October 7, 2013

A Plain Disappearance Book Review


  
I have a new book to share with you that will mark the beginning of the Christmas season of books! This one is called A Plain Disappearance written by Amanda Flower. This is an Appleseed Creek Mystery.
 
Synopsis:
It’s Christmastime in Amish Country, and Chloe Humphrey has begun settling into her life in Appleseed Creek excited to see where her new relationship with Timothy Troyer will lead. Unfortunately it leads to murder when the couple discovers the body of Amish teenager Katie Lambright while on their first date.

Near the scene there is evidence that Timothy’s friend and auto mechanic Billy Thorpe is involved with the crime. The police reveal Billy is not really who he said he was and has been living the last decade in Knox County under a stolen alias. Now, Chloe and Timothy must find Billy, bring him to justice, or prove his innocence.
Wow, this killing of Katie Lambright has a lot of suspects because Katie dated several guys and then there were several more who liked her and wanted to protect her. The true motive for this murder turned out to be something nobody saw coming. And the person who did it was not even on the list of suspects!

This is a great mystery that Chloe and her boyfriend, Timothy help solve. They are all Amish and you know how protective they can be. They like their privacy and want to solve this on their own with the help of Chief Rose.

It's a great story with a touch of Christmas and romance along with a good mystery to be solved. Travel with two young people as they try to help solve this mystery and along the way discover some things about their community.

Happy Reading!

Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours.  

3 comments:

Gala said...

Looks like a good book, love mystery

spock7005 said...

Interesting story! I usually avoid books that have anything to do with murder, but I might may an exception for this, sounds like a good read! scain54@aol.com

Megan Parsons said...

I have to read this book! I LOVE Amish books!!! I have hundreds of them!