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Murder, Plain and Simple: An Amish Quilt Shop Mystery Kindle Edition
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Angie Braddock has moved from Dallas to Rolling Brook, leaving behind her parents and an ex-fiance. She has inherited Running Stitch, a quilt shop, from her Amish aunt. Angie had lived in Rolling Brook most of her childhood and when she and her parents moved to Dallas, Angie still returned in the summers. Now, she has returned for good, bringing along her French bulldog Oliver, who has a bird phobia.
But her return and determination to run the shop hasn't been met with smiles from everyone. Joseph Walker, an Amishman who owns the woodshop next door, claims he owns the building Angie's quilt shop occupies and since no one can find the deed, there is no way to dispute his claim.
Matters get worse when Joseph is found dead in Angie's storeroom; a murder victim. Angie finds herself as the prime suspect in the investigation and sets to clear her name, and discovers the Amish community or Rolling Brook isn't as peaceful as it seems.
Murder, Plain and Simple introduces us to Angie and her dog Ollie. Angie is taking over her aunt's quilt shop because her aunt has recently passed away. Thinking that her life would be less chaotic and simple, Angie tries to settle into Rolling Brook. Before long though, it becomes apparent that there are many that do not welcome Angie's presence.
Joseph, the Amish woodworker next door to her shop, claims that his family owns Angie's shop and vows to get it back. Before long, Joseph winds up dead in Angie's stockroom and Angie is almost accused of murder by the local sheriff.
Angie sets out on her own investigation because she doesn't trust that the sheriff will explore all options when it comes to figuring out the killer.
What a great start to a new Amish series! Unlike Alan's other series, written under her name Amanda Flower, this one does not have religion woven into it. I love Rolling Brook and Angie is an interesting character. She does lose a few cliches and can be over the top with her exclamations but overall, she's a character that you can definitely relate to. Her poor little doggy is afraid of birds and causes some crazy antics of his own. The other characters in town are well-written and I can't wait to get to know them more!
occur between the English and the Amish and inevitably a man is found dead in the quilt store. Angie tries to solve the murder before she herself is arrested. I truly enjoy this author and this book especially. I look forward to reading the rest of the books in this series by Isabella Alan aka Amanda Flowers.