Bled over the fate of three other Amish girls who left Stone Mill in the last two years As someone who gave p the Plain lifestyle herself then returned to operate a BB Rachel is able to Turning The Professor Into A Crossdressing, Sissified and Feminized Pet - A Tale of Forced Feminization! use her ties to the community to learn about the missing girls But when her search eventually leads to the darknderbelly of the secular world Rachel finds her own life in dire jeopardyMiller has written an exciting tale of mystery love and danger that will have readers turning the pages like crazy wondering what the next big secret to be revealed will be and how Rachel will handle it GoodreadsReviewWhen Rachel and her cousin go swimming they never expected to find a dead body But that is exactly what happens They find an ex Amish girl Beth floating in the water Rachel is confused when she sees that the girl is dressed in her Amish clothes It has been over a year since Beth left and joined the English world so why is she garbed in traditional Amish clothing Rachel is the liaison between both worlds and is determined to help find out what happened Her boyfriend Evan is a police detective so this gives her an inside track on gathering informationThe characters are well rounded and well developed I really like the fact that Rachel is able to relate to both the Amish and the English I enjoyed reading about her relationships with both sides She is someone who I would like to hang out withThe writing style flows smoothly and the book is an easy read The author is very talented with her ability to describes people places and situations with the written word The mystery is carried on throughout the entire book and there were many twists and turns to throw the reader of track I really enjoy when that happensI would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a well crafted mystery If you enjoy Amish mysteries like I do then this book is a must read I love reading Amish mysteries and this book is so good This author has a new fanI received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for a honest review I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books for the opportunity to read and review this book Series An Amish Mysterybook 2Plain Killing by Emma MillerI really enjoyed reading this suspenseful story and did not guess who the culprit was Fortinbras at the Fishhouses until revealed at the endCousins taking time out from busy schedules to enjoy aarry filled with water and fun andunbeknownst to them danger Rachel and Mary AAron were close as sisters though they were cousins and the whole group was saddened when they saw the body of a young girl that had left the community several years beforefloating in the waters near the shore with eyes wide open Rachel called her friend and the girls were gone before any lawmen showed A Way Youll Never Be upRachel had left the community also but came back and started a bed and breakfast where. Fe a year ago causing her to be shunned by her family and her people But if Beth had joined the English world why was she found dressed in Amish clothing and strangled Rachel's boyfriend police detective Evan Park is getting nowhere withestioning Beth's family He's also troubled over the fate of three other Amish girls who left Stone Mill in the last two years As someone who gave p the Plain lifestyle herself then returned.
Plain Killing written by Emma Miller continues the series involving BB owner Rachel Mast The author instantly reunites her readers with characters from her previous book and takes them thru another exciting mystery involving the Amish Will Rachel Mast be able to solve this mystery without putting herself at risk How does her friend and cousin Mary Aaron help in solving this mystery especially still being AmishWill detective Evan step in and insist Rachel stay out of this case This book keeps getting better with every twist and turn it takes The mystery leads them to several different places including Bourbon Street in New Orleans but what brings Rachel hereI was not given a complimentary copy of this book for review I am submitting my honest review for you the readers to decide to read it for yourself I highly recommend this book to all those who love mysteries involving the Amish I have rated this book with five stars for a wonderful mystery that meets my expectations Congratulations to Emma Miller for another exciting mystery and I will be watching for your next book The heat is on in Pennsylvania s Stone Mill in ways than oneRachel her cousin and some other young Amish ladies are cooling down by having a picnic and swim at a local flooded arry just as they are about to head home Rachel discovers a young Amish girl face down in the water although she and her cousin Mary Aaron manage to get the girl out it is too late for her when they realise that this a girl who ran from her Amish family post baptism Present Pasts uestions start to be asked even so when the shocking news comes that she was dead before she went in the water and not from natural causes with the Amish community not wanting to talk to the police Rachel acts as a go between again and then she gets a desperate phone call from another run away and life starts getting interesting and a lot dangerous I chose to read this book because it was the selection for the local library mystery book club I found it mildly interesting but the murderer was clearly evident from early on and the Christian themes got tiresome SynopsisWhen the Amish community of Stone Mill Pennsylvania refuses to discuss a murder with the police it sp to Rachel Mast to bridge the cultural gap and stop a killer from striking againWhile swimming in a local Les Altaens : Peuple turc des montagnes de Sibrie uarry Rachel and her cousin Mary Aaron discover the body of an Amish girl fully clothed in her white bonnet floating face down in the water The drowned young woman Beth Glick had left Stone Mill and her Old Order Amish life a year ago causing her to be shunned by her family and her people But if Beth had joined the English world why was she found dressed in Amish clothing and strangled Rachel s boyfriend police detective Evan Park is getting nowhere withestioning Beth s family He s also trou. When the Amish community of Stone Mill Pennsylvania refuses to discuss a murder with the police it's The Possible Police up to Rachel Mast to bridge the cultural gap and stop a killer from striking againWhile swimming in a localarry Rachel and her cousin Mary Aaron discover the body of an Amish girl fully clothed in her white bonnet floating face down in the water The drowned young woman Beth Glick had left Stone Mill and her Old Order Amish li.
She was able to have communication with the amish families she grew A Letter To Pakistan up with but just not too closely She also had a special friend that was in law enforcement who too had left and was now back working close by The investigation caused much havoc in the lives of the Amish and well as the nearby townEmma did a great job of showing the Amish way of handling death and murder along with the investigation that was needed and Evan and Rachel was able to help some It was much then just a young girl dying and the ending was sure to help others that might think of leaving and the dangers involved Fantastic readThis was even better than first book We completely in the dark about who was helping the Amish teenagers or who had killed Beth Was shocked with disbelief at the ending Loved this book so much Plain Killing is the second book in Emma Miller s An Amish Mystery series This reader is getting to love her mysteries She is very informed in the way of the Amish and she has a way of making her stories seem so realistic I found it to give new meaning to edge of seat reading withnpredictable situations a time or two in the book It actually boarder on suspense Miller was well researched on the subject of human trafficking and it served her well on the pages of this book In both of the books in this series Miller has placed her main Character in a dangerous heart pounding situationsIf you love Amish Fiction and cozy mysteries you will not want to miss this book It can be read as a stand alone but I recommend that you read Book one of the series first since the characters are carried over to book two I gave it five Stars and I hope you will enjoy it as much as this reader did I downloaded a ebook copy of Plain Killing from the Ohio Digital Library A review was not reuested All opinions expressed here in this review are my own Rachel and her cousin Mary Aaron are on a girl s picnic when they find the body of an Amish girl She had left 2 years ago and everyone wonders where she went when she came back and why she was killed Even though Rachel s policeman boyfriend wants her to stay out of it she wants to find the killer What she finds is several girls missing and a disturbing tread The story is added to by the relationship with her parents and her mixed feelings about being ex Amish I enjoyed this Amish mystery which has Rachel Mast discovering the body of a girl whose family left the Amish the previous year As she investigates with a little help from her boyfriend Evan Park her own life is soon in danger This was an entertaining book with good characters and an interesting storyline I m enjoying the series and looking forward to Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for providing an ARC in return for an honest review Emma s books are always thoughtful and have a great plot. To operate a BB Rachel is able to Before Our Eyes use her ties to the community to learn about the missing girls But when her search eventually leads to the darknderbelly of the secular world Rachel finds her own life in dire jeopardyMiller has written an exciting tale of mystery love and danger that will have readers turning the pages like crazy wondering what the next big secret to be revealed will be and how Rachel will handle it Booklis.