An unlikely friendship between a high-tech woman and a runaway Amish girl leads to murder. Her first day in Appleseed Creek, Ohio, Chloe Humphrey, befriends Becky, an ex-Amish teenager looking for a new home. While driving Chloe’s car, Becky collides with a buggy, killing an Amish bishop in the process. The case moves from accident to murder when police reveal a cut brake line. Now, Chloe and Becky’s handsome brother, Timothy, must discover who the real intended victim is before the murderer makes a second attempt.
Amanda Flower makes her characters rich. You will love the good guys and HATE the bad guys. You will be rooting for the "good" side to win! I felt like I was actually in the scenes with her descriptions of places and people. I do not think readers will be disappointed in this book and series. I did not want to quit reading and go to sleep. I finished this book in two nights because I just had to know what happened. It all seems like a simple accident for Becky and the Amish bishop, but things soon begin to unravel and stories start coming out that show something far more sinister has taken place.
I received a free copy of A Plain Death from netgalley in exchange for my honest review.