- File Size: 757 KB
- Print Length: 178 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: 4Radiance Publishing House (October 15, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 15, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0160AL7ZU
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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A Dark Amish Night Kindle Edition
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Thus begins Hannah Hershberger's desire to escape the danger of her farm, far out in the boondocks, and return to Heaven, the local town. Sheriff Quinn Ramsey investigates the murder of Hannah's husband and soon finds his hands full. His array of suspects is small, his attempts to protect Hannah are discouraged by the People, and he finds himself attracted to Hannah. Which of course is unacceptable. Englishers and Amish mix like oil and water and Hannah's bishop is determined to keep Hannah in the fold. Meanwhile, the biggest clues to the murderer's identity are trapped in the mind of one silent, morose ten-year-old. With twists and turns aplenty, the resolution of the murder left me spinning.
This is the first book in the Dark Amish series set in Oklahoma. I really enjoyed the complexity of the crime and also the relationship that develops between Hannah and Quinn. Jenny does a great job explaining the ways of the Amish, especially the New Order Amish of Oklahoma. I am looking forward to the next book in the series and hope it will contain more exciting, challenging situations (how can I say, murder)?!
I was gifted a copy of this book from the author. This review is my honest opinion.
However there was one thing I didn't like that almost earned it a 3+. Her marriage was one of deep love--it was unbelievable to me that she could IMMEDIATELY feel attraction to another man. Then to go on to fall deeply in love. Not enough time between, not enough developed about what would have to be a conflict, not enough grief/mourning of her husband. That part of the character definitely need to be developed. I kept waiting for that to happen--& took away from the book. I think this may be a new author as she only has this book in Kindle. I think she has much promise of being a very good author if her characters were a little more developed. But I would definitely recommend & read more of her books.