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7 Fiction Books for Amish People – Recommended in 2020

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Whether you are personally interested in this theme, or have a friend or family in the community who you need a gift for, these books are great options for you. Read on to find out more about each book below.

Murder Simply Brewed by Vannetta Chapman

This product was recommended by Daniel Juhl Mogensen from Kodyl

Murder Simply Brewed is the first Book in the Amish Village Mystery series by Vannetta Chapman. It takes place in Middleburyís Amish Artisan Village where the coffee shop manager is found lying dead, apparently from a heart attack, next to the espresso machine, with a single hole in the front window and with all the money still in his register. Amber Wright the owner of the shop hires young Hannah Troyer to take over the shop’s duties, soon the two of them become friends, and when the clues don’t add up, they start to investigate on their own. A murder mystery in a town full of secrets and blooming touch of romance, with vivid characters and a realistic setting. It’s an exciting story that will keep your eyes stuck on the pages until the very end as the mystery unravels itself.


The Stone Wall by Beverly Lewis

This product was recommended by Lisa Mitchell from FluxingWell

Beverly Lewis has written many books about Amish life. Growing up in the heart of Amish country in Pennsylvania gives her stories authenticity. The Stone Wall encompasses themes of Alzheimer’s, horses, mystery, internal conflict and romance. As with other Beverly Lewis novels, this uplifting story will uplift and inspire.


Marshmallow Malice by Amanda Flower

This product was recommended by Larissa Ackerman from Kensington Publishing

The fifth book in Amanda Flower’s USA Today bestselling Amish Candy Shop Mystery series starring candy maker Bailey King delights readers with a long-awaited June wedding in Ohio’s Amish country. But when a sticky situation arises o the special day, it’s up to Bailey to ensure that the nuptials are a sweet success!


Matchmaking Can Be Murder by Amanda Flower

This product was recommended by Larissa Ackerman from Kensington Publishing

The first book in Amanda Flower’s entertaining new Amish Matchmaker Mystery series set in Ohio’s Amish country stars widowed Millie Fisher, who moves back to her hometown of Harvest, Ohio. She decides to become a matchmaker for her quaint Amish community, but when her recently-engaged niece is suspected for murdering her fiancé, Millie must piece together a patchwork of clues to find the killer.


Murder Freshly Baked by Vannetta Chapman

This product was recommended by Jessica Miller from Bike Inquire

In Murder Freshly Baked, Vannetta Chapman takes us back to the Amish Artisan Village in Middlebury, Indiana, a small community where Amish and English work hand in hand to serve numerous tourists throughout the year. The characters we’ve come to know and love have been targeted by someone who is placing poetic notes throughout the village, threatening that pies are laced with poison. Village manager, Amber Bowman confides in Hannah Troyer, the young Amish woman who runs the coffee shop, and the two seek to do a bit of detective work.


The Choice by Suzanne Woods Fisher

This product was recommended by Jeremy Harrison from Hustle Life

The thing I love about fiction is the many twists and surprises in the story. Out of the blue secrets and revelations that will keep you churning and turning. This is what The Choice has provided its readers. This book is about life-altering transformations and decisions that could potentially change your life forever.


The Shunning by Beverly Lewis

This product was recommended by Noman Asghar from Fan Jackets

This book based on an interesting story Katie Lapp who falls in love with Amish woman. But some unexpected things happen and reveals his past that becomes hurdles. Amazing book for those who love to read about suspense and love.


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