Angie's parents are visiting Rolling Brook for Christmas - but unfortunately her ex is joining them. Luckily Angie has no time to dwell on her romantic troubles as she prepares her store, Running Stitch, for the town's traditional progressive dinner, featuring a sleigh ride stopping at each shop for a different course of the meal.
The meal ends with an Amish-themed Christmas play at the Swiss Valley Hotel and Barn. But the performance is cut short when an actress falls from the scaffolding to her death. After the sheriff suspects foul play, tensions between the Amish and English heat up, as do rivalries among the acting troupe. Now Angie and her quilting circle must stitch together clues before they're the ones running for cover....
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"The Amish community and their traditions are nicely portrayed adding great warmth and authenticity to the novel." (RT Book Reviews)
I have finished the whole series. The main character had me holding my breath on this one. I felt as if I had been through too much with her to have her make poor choices now.
Stands alone, but is much more appreciated as a series.
Clean read, listened with my kids.
This is a very good series with interesting characters. I enjoyed this book and look forward to the next one.
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