Murder, Plainly Read Review

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Title: Murder, Plainly Read

Author: Isabella Alan

Release Date: October 6, 2015

Publisher: Berkley

Pages: 368 pages

Genre: Cozy Mystery

My Rating: 3star


goodreadssynopsis

In the latest from the author of”Murder, Served Simply, a”n Amish man checks out permanently, but quilt shop owner Angie Braddock s got this mystery covered With so much to do between running her shop and spending time with her new boyfriend, it s amazing Angie is able to help organize the Rolling Brook library’s annual book sale. Luckily she s working alongside brash librarian Austina Shaker, a lady who isn t afraid to make waves to get books to her patrons even the Amish. Unfortunately, this draws the ire of cranky Bartholomew Belier, an Old Order Amish bishop, who publicly vows to ruin Austina. And she certainly might be ruined after Belier is found dead in her bookmobile. Now Angie must employ the help of her loyal quilting circle as well as her beloved French bulldog, Oliver if she hopes to prove Austina s innocence before the real killer books it INCLUDES QUILTING TIPS”


my review

Another book that I recieved from Berkley Publishing last summer and finally got around to.

I was actually pleasently surprised by this one. I didn’t think I would like it because I have no interest in Quilting. But the writing and setting were so good that I found myself enjoying it quite a bit.

I love how distinct the Amish world and the “every day” world were written. You could always tell which part the main characters were in. The talking styles and everything about the characters aligned with the setting.

The actual mystery was really good as well and well thought out.

Also there was a library in it, how could you not enjoy it? great book!

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