My rating: 5 of 5 stars
So I was a bit scared it would be the same old…..but I was pleasantly surprised!!
There were different twists and new people. I liked the different way she started to, almost like some crime shows and sci-fi shows start some episodes:)
I still think it odd that a town that has rarely seen a murder has 3 in a year but I didn’t let it bug me this time.
I enjoyed learning about ptsd dogs and how they help. I thought that was pretty cool. And I loved seeing how things worked out for the main characters!
Here’s the description:
When delicious baked goods become lethal, it’s time to find a killer. Kindness is a virtue Meanness is a sin Better watch your bakery pies For poison I’ve slipped in
The Amish Artisan Village in Middlebury, Indiana, has been decorated with every color of balloon and flower for the Race for a Cure. As manager of the Village, Amber Bowman is thrilled to see the turnout–and relieved to have something to distract her from the “Poison Poet”–an individual who has been sending notes containing bad poetry to warn of poisoned baked goods.
Then Ryan Duvall crosses the finish line of the race–and falls down dead, murdered in broad daylight. But who did it? And why? The police suspect Preston Johnston, but Amber refuses to believe her employee could do such a thing.
Amber once again looks to her young Amish friend Hannah Troyer to help her find the killer–and to determine if it’s the same person leaving the cryptic poems and pies. Can they help the police before the Poison Poet strikes again? Both Amber and Hannah will need to draw on their faith as they fight to preserve the peaceful community they’ve built at the Amish Artisan Village.
I received this book free from netgalley in exchange for my honest review