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Sugarcreek Amish Mysteries #6: Off the Beaten Path (Hardcover)
"Cheryl Cooper and Levi Miller have painstakingly planned a special 'Live Like the Amish' weekend for a group of senior citizens. The Miller family farm will serve as the perfect backdrop for the event and they plan to give their guests an inside look at all things Amish—from buggies to fry pies and everything in between. It promises to be a relaxing time for all. . . until a pop star in disguise shows up and one of the grannies turns out to be a fugitive. And when the entire busload of people disappears before it reaches its destination, Cheryl realizes there's more to being a tour operator than she bargained for." — 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: “She and her friends scramble to locate the missing bus but are met with roadblocks at every turn. Can they figure out who is behind the vanishing vehicle before it’s too late? Or has it gone so far off the beaten path that it will never be found?”
- Daughety, Annalisa
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- Sugarcreek Amish Mysteries
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