MATCHMAKING CAN BE MURDER book review
Matchmaking Can Be Murder
(An Amish Matchmaker Mystery #1)
by Amanda Flower
Matchmaking can be murder . . .
When widowed Millie Fisher moves back to her childhood home of Harvest, Ohio, she notices one thing right away—the young Amish are bungling their courtships and marrying the wrong people! A quiltmaker by trade, Millie has nevertheless stitched together a few lives in her time, with truly romantic results. Her first mission? Her own niece, widowed gardener Edith Hochstetler, recently engaged to rude, greedy Zeke Miller. Anyone can see he’s not right for such a gentle young woman—except Edith herself.
Pleased when she convinces the bride-to-be to leave her betrothed before the wedding, Millie is later panicked to find Zeke in Edith’s greenhouse—as dead as a tulip in the middle of winter. To keep her niece out of prison—and to protect her own reputation—Millie will have to piece together a patchwork of clues to find a killer, before she becomes the next name on his list . . .
MY BOOK REVIEW:
5 Stars: 5/5 Star Rating
What better way to end the year and the decade than reading about a good murder and a meddling matchmaker? ! Millie might be stepping into a true hornet's nest and she has little time to figure out who killed Zeke. She could be next on the killer's hit list!
I love a good mystery and I can never figure out the outcome of Amanda Flower's mysteries. That's the mark of a great mystery to me....to leave the reader guessing the entire time. Thank you for leaving me wondering and guessing and figuring !
I received a digital ARC of this book from netgalley and Kensington Publishing in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review and all opinions expressed are my own.
About the Author:
Amanda Flower, a USA Today bestselling and Agatha Award-winning mystery author, started her writing career in elementary school when she read a story she wrote to her sixth grade class and had the class in stitches with her description of being stuck on the top of a Ferris wheel. She knew at that moment she’d found her calling of making people laugh with her words. In addition to being an author, Amanda is a former librarian living in Northeast Ohio.