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When Ettie has problems with her bread sinking in the middle, she turns to her friend, Ruth Fuller, who owns the largest bakery in town.

When Ruth and Ettie discover a dead man in Ruth's bakery with a knife in his back, Ruth is convinced the man was out to steal her bread recipe. It was known that the victim, Alan Avery, was one of the three men who were desperate to get their hands on Ruth's bread secrets. When it's revealed that Avery owed money all over town, the local detective believes he was after the large amount of cash that Ruth banks weekly.

Why was Alan Avery found with a Bible clutched in his hand? And what did it have to do with a man who was pushed down a ravine 20 years earlier?

©2016 Samantha Price (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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MURDER IN AMISH BAKERY

MURDER IN THE AMISH BAKERY by Samantha Price book 3 " Ettie Smith Amish Mysteries" .
This was such an intriguing story, that captured me from the beginning. Once again we have two sisters living together, with their daily dose of remarks, which brings chuckles. This has to do with making bread, that now is not turning out. How could this lead to murder. It was a matter she had to solve, and she contacted Ruth the community baker at her store. While enjoying a cup of tea together, something else had happened. A complex story of why Ruth stopped selling bread to the deceased man. Once again Ettie is involved. Each of these stories get more intriguing, and the characters are a delight. With the audio, with the voice of Heather Henderson, brings an added delight for readers. Looking forward to more in this series. Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.

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