After Ettie Smith's friend, Agatha, dies, Ettie is surprised to find that Agatha has left her a house. During building repairs, the body of an Amish man who disappeared 40 years earlier is discovered under the floorboards. When it comes to light that Agatha and the deceased man were once engaged to marry, the police declare Agatha as the murderer. Ettie sets out to prove otherwise. Soon, Ettie hears rumors of stolen diamonds, rival criminal gangs, and a supposed witness to the true murderer's confession. When Ettie discovers a key, she is certain it holds the answers she is looking for. Will the detective listen to Ettie's theories when he sees that the key belongs to a safe deposit box?
I have always enjoyed Samantha's books. This was the first to read one of her mystery stories, and was delighted. Readers will not be disappointed , the plot was good, and held your interest to the end. True to Amish way's she thought the best in a person, even though police thought other wise.
Secrets are held by even the Amish, and this will keep you wondering what they were. Well done, and will look for more Amish mysteries by Samantha. Given ARC audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.
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Good flow Good reader just not my style of story . I thought it would be more mystery or paranormal
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