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by P. L. Gaus

  • ISBN: 0452297869
  • Author: P. L. Gaus
  • ePub ver: 1418 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 224
  • Publisher: Plume; Reprint edition (June 26, 2012)
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  • Category: Mystery
  • Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
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A PLUME BOOK HARMLESS AS DOVES PAUL LOUIS GAUS lives with his wife, Madonna, in Wooster, Ohio, just a few miles north of Holmes County, where the world’s largest . Other Amish-Country Mysteries by P. L. Gaus. Blood of the Prodigal.

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The seventh novel, Harmless as Doves, An Amish-Country Mystery, was published as a. .Murder mysteries about Amish people may seem counter-intuitive, but in his Amish-Country Mysteries, . Gaus illuminates Amish culture in stories that are as unique as the Amish themselves.

The eighth novel in the series, The Names of Our Tears was published by Plume in 2013, and future novels in the series will be published by Plume. Who are the Amish, and why do they hold themselves apart from the rest of us?

Автор: Gaus Paul L. Название: Harmless as Doves: An Amish-Country Mystery Издательство: Random House .

Harmless as Doves: An Amish-Country Mystery. The chill of autumn is just settling into Holmes County, Ohio, when Bishop Leon Shetler is startled out of his morning reverie by the words, I just killed Glenn Spiegle.

In Harmless as Doves, P. Gaus takes the action to Florida in one of the most exciting mysteries in the series. P. Gaus lives in Wooster, Ohio, an area that is home to the world's largest settlement of Amish and Mennonite people

In Harmless as Doves, P. This is Gaus at his best. Gaus lives in Wooster, Ohio, an area that is home to the world's largest settlement of Amish and Mennonite people. Gaus lectures widely about the lifestyles, culture, and religion of the Amish.

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Book in the Amish-Country Mysteries Series). Like the bestselling books in Craig Johnson's Walt Longmire series, The Names of Our Tears is a riveting mystery loaded with the page-turning thrills and suspense that readers love.

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Book 7 of the Amish-Country Mysteries "A sensitive account of the impact on this community when outsiders (that is, the cops) descend to deal with an Amish youth who has confessed to the murder of his fiancée's older, richer, and very persistent admirer.” —The New York Times Book Review The chill of autumn is just settling into Holmes County, Ohio, when Bishop Leon Shetler is startled out of his morning reverie by the words, “I just killed Glenn Spiegle.” No one—least of all Sherriff Bruce Robertson—believes that Crist Burkholder could actually be a murderer. But the young Amish man is adamant that he killed his romantic rival in order to win Vesta Miller. So when Robertson’s investigation reveals two potentially related murders in Florida’s Pinecraft Amish community, Professor Mike Branden and detective Ricky Niell head south to unravel the connection between the dead man and a far-flung Amish outpost on the shores of Sarasota BayPraise for P. L. Gaus and his Amish-Country mysteries:“Gaus spins a fine mystery.” –Booklist “Tony Hillerman of the Amish.” –The Christian Science Monitor
Comments (7)

Mavegelv
I love this series! I have read all the books several times and have given several as gifts. I have visited P.L. Gaus' website and receive his newsletter. Most Amish novels I have read are romance based, but not these! These are a nice little mystery. The characters are relatable and easy to get to know.
Golden freddi
A young Amish man insists he is the one who killed another man within the Amish community. No one believes him. The plot is slow-moving, but that pace seems appropriate considering the setting. There is much description—clothing, utensils, furniture, habits, beliefs—giving a picture of how the “plain folks” live and what motivates them. My problem with this novel (yes, it’s fiction) is the abundance of characters. There are so many (and so many different names) that it’s hard to keep track of who’s who, who is Amish, and who is “English.” The story is interesting and I stayed with it, though it was a struggle.
spark
This was my first look at Amish life, and so it was interesting. The writing is colorful and descriptive. Not a lot of surprises for a mystery book, though.
The Apotheoses of Lacspor
It was exciting and well written. You are never sure of who committed the crime until the very end. I have enjoyed all of his books.
Pemand
Another great book by P.L. Gaus, I loved the way the book began and ended with the Bishop's view of his life. The author's obvious love and respect of the Amish way of life, tempered with the realsim of how the Amish and English have to live together-yet apart makes for interesting reading on it's own. Add the murder and it makes for a "can't put it down" read! I love all the books in the series and am looking forward to the next.
Dog_Uoll
These stories are okay. I like Beverly Lewis better, but these are okay.
Beabandis
Not finished yet but a good read while upta camp.
Great read from a wonderful author.

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