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Sugarcreek Amish Mysteries #1: Blessings in Disguise (Hardcover)
"Meet Cheryl Cooper, who left a banking job in Columbus, Ohio, to run a gift shop, the Swiss Miss, in Sugarcreek, while her aunt Mitzi fulfills an overseas missionary call. Cheryl is just getting over a bad breakup with her longtime fiancé and is looking forward to the slower pace among the Amish community." — from the back cover.
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Continued from the back cover: But as Cheryl “explores a neighboring corn maze, she overhears a man’s menacing voice make serious threats. Upon her return from the unsettling experience, Cheryl discovers an ominous note and then a foreboding message in a Bible. Were they written by the same person she overheard in the maze? Cheryl joins forces with Naomi Miller, the woman who supplies the Swiss Miss with homemade treats, to find out the answers. But can they catch the culprit before his frightening intimadations are carried out?”
- Mehl, Nancy
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- Sugarcreek Amish Mysteries
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