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Sugarcreek Amish Mysteries #3: The Buggy Before the Horse (Hardcover)
"As Thanksgiving approaches, Cheryl stumbles across a startling discovery: someone is sleeping in Naomi and Seth Millers' winter buggy and helping himself to food from their farmhouse cellar." — from the back cover.
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VERY GOOD: This book is in excellent condition, showing very little sign of use or wear. The previous owner has written in ink the series number on the book’s front inside cover, but there is no other writing in the book, leaving the pages clean.
Continued from the back cover: “Could it be the same person who is stealing from businesses up and down Sugarcreek’s Main Street? Despite Naomi’s insistence on extending the hand of hospitality to their unkown guest, when items are stolen from the Swiss Miss gift shop, Cheryl intends to get to the bottom of these mysteries.
“While odd notes and other clues begin to surface, the list of suspects grows to include a troubled foster child, an Amish handyman, a homeless shelter volunteer, a young backpacker, and just about every other tourist passing through town. Can Cheryl catch the thief before the Millers fall victim to a more serious crime?”
- Goyer, Tricia
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- Sugarcreek Amish Mysteries
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