With so much to do between running her shop and spending time with her new boyfriend, it's amazing Angie is able to help organize the Rolling Brook library's annual book sale. Luckily she's working alongside brash librarian Austina Shaker, a lady who isn't afraid to make waves to get books to her patrons - even the Amish. Unfortunately this draws the ire of cranky Bartholomew Belier, an Old Order Amish bishop who publicly vows to ruin Austina. And she certainly might be ruined after Belier is found dead in her bookmobile. Now Angie must employ the help of her loyal quilting circle - as well as her beloved French bulldog, Oliver - if she hopes to prove Austina's innocence before the real killer books it....
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This is an entertaining series that does a very good job of interweaving Amish and American ideas. The plot and most of the characters are realistic. The action is fast paced and I never feel the story line lag. The only character that I have a problem with is Angie, the lead character. Angie is immature and makes silly mistakes. However, the supporting characters save the story. I look forward to the next book.
I liked the book very much. I love that Oliver is included in the story, since I am a dog lover it just makes me like the book more. I highly recommend the book. It is clean with no bad language and no sexual content.
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