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Secrets of the Amish diary / Rachael Phillips

Phillips, Rachael. (Author).

Available copies

  • 4 of 6 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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0 current holds with 6 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Barton Rees Pogue Mem. PL - Upland IF PHI HB (Text) 76277000036361 Inspirational Fiction Available -
Lebanon PL - Lebanon IF PHI (Text) 34330513132549 Adult - New Books Checked out 08/07/2017
Melton PL - Melton A MYSTERY FIC AMI (Text) 79591000073625 Mystery Available -
Pike Co PL - Petersburg Main Library MYS FIC PHIL (Text) 38650833336603 Adult Fiction Checked out 07/31/2017
Roanoke PL - Roanoke CF AMISH 1 (Text) 30208100258261 Christian Fiction Available -
West Lebanon PL - West Lebanon MYS AMI (Text) 74861000019989 Adult Mystery Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 221 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Publisher: Berne, Indiana : Annie's, [2016]

Content descriptions

Summary, etc.: When Liz Eckardt leaves behind her hectic life as a Boston lawyer to become an innkeeper in charming Pleasant Creek, Indiana, she hopes to find solace -- and answers -- as she mourns the loss of her mother, Abigail. Along with her mother's diary and an antique heirloom quilt, Liz inherited a family secret: Abigail cut ties with her Amish family years ago -- a family Liz never knew existed -- and Liz yearns to unravel the mystery of her mother's past. Liz settles into her new life at the Olde Mansion Inn with the help of the town's quirky quilting group, the Material Girls, and several members of the Amish community. She bonds instantly with her new Amish friend Miriam Borkholder, and enjoys the success of her burgeoning bed and breakfast. That is, until one of her guests, the unpopular Clarence Peabody is found dead in the lake behind her inn.. and Miriam's son is the prome suspect! Convinced of the Amish boy's innocence, Liz begins to piece together the evidence, learning quickly that the killer will stop at nothing to hide the truth. When Liz receives a cryptic letter written in the local Amish dialect, the message is clear: Stay out of this...or else. Who sent the letter? And is Clarence's murder somehow tied to her family's secret past?
Subject: Taverns (Inns) > Fiction.
Genre: Detective and mystery fiction.

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