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Last Updated on October 11, 2020 by Ellen Christian
I really enjoy reading Amish fiction whether a romance or a mystery. I love learning about the Amish lifestyle because it is so different than my own. This is the third book in the Shipshewana Amish Mystery series by Vannetta Chapman. The first two were Falling To Pieces and A Perfect Square. The stories in the Shipshewana series take place in Shipshewana, Indiana
Even though Material Witness is the third book in this series, you do not have to have read the first two in order to understand and enjoy this book. It is a stand alone book although there are some characters that continue from book to book. The book starts with a murder outside of Daisy’s Quilt Shop that is managed by Callie, one of the main characters. The only witness to the murder is a handicapped boy and the killer knows it. The victim’s shop competed with Callie’s so there is speculation that she may be involved.
Material Witness is definitely one of my favorite Amish mysteries so far. The book really grabbed my attention from the beginning and I had a difficult time putting it down because I wanted to figure out who the killer was. Material Witness is a nice blend of mystery, romance and Amish lifestyle and I found myself really identifying with the very realistic characters. I couldn’t figure out who the killer was until the very end of the book. If you enjoy Amish fiction or home town style mysteries, you will definitely want to read Material Witness by Vannetta Chapman.
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