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review 2018-04-04 23:32
Book Review: Who the Bishop Knows
Who the Bishop Knows - Vanetta Chapman

Were you wondering if Henry seen another murder? Well what if Henry did not and though the person does not know that. The murderer seem to think he knows more about Jermiamiah murder?

What of his talents, he does not see him or know that he there. Henry does embrace his talent. Will is solved the crime or not? Emma knows Henry did not see what happen and so does the police though they did ask him if his special talent would help.

Do they know that the murderer is living among them? Does Naomi know more than any of the youngsters. The young adults appear brought into this murder. Is it personal or not?

Two girls get kidnapped but why and for what reason? How is Henry and Emma involved? I seem that there a secret going on and that get reveal as well

Vannetta does a wonderful job of doing it and closing out the series. What up with having a bishop that knows and seem to find all the clues. See if he can help the English police to solve the crime.

Source: nrcbooks.blogspot.com/2018/04/book-review-who-bishop-knows-and.html
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review 2018-03-03 21:44
Review: What the Bishop Saw
What the Bishop Saw (The Amish Bishop Mysteries) - Vannetta Chapman

What the Bishops Saw is a really good mystery in itself. You are guessing from the time you open the book and the last page you turn. Who killed Veron Fry? Did someone murder Vernon Fry on purpose? Is it Amish and English.

I am still surprised with the ending. The Englisher needs help as she does not get to bottom of the case or any closes. Will the bishop help save an innocent man and catch the culprit? What is Henry talent and is it good or is bad. To find out this you need to read the book.

I am still wondering why this person did what he or she did towards the Amish when they did not do anything to have it happen. Vannetta Chapman gets you hooked and wanting more. You will not want to put this book down once you start to read it. It pages turner for you. Will Henry take a leap a faith and use these talents. Find out by reading What the Bishop Saw. It a compelling story and one I hope to follow more of Henry and this community in Colorado Valley.

Source: nrcbooks.blogspot.com/2018/03/review-what-bishop-saw.html
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review 2018-02-08 02:32
Review: Hidden
Hidden - Vannetta Chapman

Hidden is a story. Vannetta Chapman does a wonderfully job with the plot of this book. It action packed from the beginning to the end. You are pulled into this book from first few pages.

 

You think this book is a thriller from the way it written and told. We learn about Ben Marshall and Dana Jacobs. We are surprised and twists. What is Dana running from? She does not tell us or do we discover completely until end. I do not want to spoil it for you.

 

Jacobs has a staff of some dedicated members and it to Homeland security. We know someone is after something or someone. There a call that comes in at the school as if it a bomb but you do not now and then there an attack or threat of one. It gets more action packed from there.

 

If you are a thriller, Mystery, action fan, you get many it all. Though it looks like there some Christian talk in here about god. I mean there is some if not more than enough. Will Dana get over her fears or will she not?

Source: nrcbooks.blogspot.com/2018/02/hidden.html
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text 2016-10-03 01:49
September Reading Roundup
Ravenspur: Rise of the Tudors - Conn Iggulden
Food: A Love Story - Jim Gaffigan
A Perfect Square - Vannetta Chapman
A Corpse in Cipher: A Tudor Murder Mystery (The Elspet Stafford Mysteries) (Volume 1) - Lizzy Drake
Falling to Pieces - Vannetta Chapman
Material Witness - Vannetta Chapman
The Path of the Crooked - Ellery Adams
Buried in a Bog - Sheila Connolly
Aftermath: Star Wars - Chuck Wendig,Marc Thompson
Jane Shore - Mary Bennett

Ravenspur was the hit of the month . . . . by far.

 

I had a few duds this month and got most of this read through audio books, which I need to remember to be a little more choosy about. You can tell school started again when 7/10 of my books 'read' for the month were ones I can listen to in the car.

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review 2016-09-21 16:32
A Perfect Square by Vannetta Chapman
A Perfect Square - Vannetta Chapman

This was another enjoyable installment in the Shipshewana Amish Mystery series. Characters from the first book, Falling to Pieces, are joined by some new people, of course in part because they need someone to kill off. However, these characters were also used to enrich the story and make the reader feel like they, along with Callie, are being welcomed into the Shipshewana community.

 

I enjoyed the relationships in this book and the way the storylines tied together, but I have to admit that other parts were difficult. Even if I hadn't had recent experiences with it, the theme of young people dying just when they are planning to get married and start their lives would be one to choke me up. Though each situation was thoughtfully dealt with, it took away the lighthearted feel of the first book.

 

There wasn't so much a murder mystery in this book as there was coping with different types of loss and the unexpected paths that our lives take. I will be carrying on with this series and hope to see one of Callie's many suitors tame her temper a little bit.  ;-) 

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