Shunned and Dangerous (An Amish Mystery #3) (Mass Market)

By Laura Bradford

Berkley, 9780425252437, 288pp.

Publication Date: March 4, 2014

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover, Large Print (10/1/2014)

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

Living in the small town of Heavenly, Pennsylvania, Claire Weatherly has come to admire the Amish for their wholesome, honest way of life. But she also knows that nothing is as simple as it seems—especially when murder disturbs the peace.

Claire has always been game for a good puzzle, so when she hears that Mose Fisher has made one of his famous corn mazes, she can’t wait to walk the paths and test her skill. But she’ll have a much more serious puzzle to solve when, deep inside the maze, she discovers the body of Amish dairy farmer Harley Zook.

It won’t be easy for Detective Jakob Fisher to investigate a murder on his own father’s farm—not after being shunned by the man  for leaving the Amish community and becoming a cop. With Mose himself as a suspect, and old family secrets cropping up, it’s up to Claire to help catch the killer before she finds herself at a dead end.


About the Author

While spending a rainy afternoon at a friend’s house more than thirty years ago, Laura Bradford fell in love with writing over a stack of blank paper, a box of crayons, and a freshly sharpened number two pencil. From that moment forward, she never wanted to do or be anything else. Today, Laura is a bestselling mystery and award-winning romance author. She lives in Yorktown Heights, New York, with her husband and their blended brood.


Praise For Shunned and Dangerous (An Amish Mystery #3)

Praise for the Amish Mysteries

“The best cozy mystery debut I’ve read this year.”—#1 New York Times bestselling author Harlan Coben

“Delightful...Well-portrayed characters and authentic Amish lore make this a memorable read.”—Publishers Weekly
 
“A fascinating cozy that showcases the culture of the people.”—Gumshoe Review

“Bradford’s characters are some of the best developed, most interesting ones I’ve come across in a cozy mystery.”—Lesa’s Book Critiques