Assaulted Pretzel

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Berkley Publishing Group, 2013 - Fiction - 278 pages
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Claire Weatherly found the simple life she always wanted when she opened a gift shop in Heavenly, Pennsylvania—a small town in the heart of Amish country. But when murder disrupts her Heavenly home, it’s up to Claire and Detective Jakob Fisher to find the not-so-simple truth.   The quiet town of Heavenly is buzzing with excitement over the latest guests at the local inn, Sleep Heavenly. Toy manufacturer Rob Karble is in town to meet the members of the Amish community who will soon be crafting a new toy line for his company. But when word gets out that Karble intends to use the Amish designs without employing the Amish to make them, someone sends the interloper to his final reward.   No one wants to believe anyone from the Amish community could commit such an act, but as Claire and Detective Fisher have learned, no one is above sin—or suspicion.

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Review: Assaulted Pretzel (An Amish Mystery #2)

User Review  - Charlene - Goodreads

I enjoyed it. Laura Bradford writes a great story! I look forward to reading Shunned and Dangerous, the third in the series. Read full review

Review: Assaulted Pretzel (An Amish Mystery #2)

User Review  - Sarah Adamson - Goodreads

This is the second book in the series. There are a lot of characters so I wish I had reread the first book recently. I enjoyed this very much as a light hearted mystery with some nice twists, some ... Read full review

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While spending a rainy afternoon at a friend's house more than thirty years ago, Laura Bradford fell in love with writing over a stack of blank paper, a box of crayons, and a freshly sharpened number two pencil. From that moment forward, she never wanted to do or be anything else. Today, Laura is a bestselling mystery and award-winning romance author. She lives in Yorktown Heights, New York, with her husband and their blended brood.

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