About this Book
What You Don’t See Might Hurt You
Every year, residents of the small Amish community in Monte Vista, Colorado, look forward to the Ski Hi Stampede, the state’s oldest professional rodeo. The rodeo is always good, clean entertainment for the hardworking farmers of the San Luis Valley. But this year, the Stampede turns deadly for one Amish man. Did rodeo fans see an unfortunate accident? Or something more sinister?
Amish bishop Henry Lapp is known far and wide for his uncanny ability to draw and remember the smallest details of anything he’s seen, skills that have served him well in past investigations. He was at the rodeo that day. The problem? He didn’t see Jeremiah Schwartz’s death.
With a murderer on the loose and members of his community being threatened, Henry must act fast. But can he solve a crime he didn’t see? This time around, Henry will have to rely on his keen sense of human character and observation, skills he’s honed in his role as bishop, if he hopes to crack the case.
Who the Bishop Knows is a story of accepting our talents, putting one another first, and trusting that God will care for His children.
About the Author
Another enjoyable story by Vannetta Chapman. She does a great job blending the Amish and English cultures allowing them to work together and learn from each other. This series does lean a little more to the Amish, but I love the interactions between Henry and the sheriff.
This was a very good story. I was starting to get an idea of who the killer was, but didn’t completely understand the motive or the means. I found the means very creative and interesting as I looked at the story as a whole. I also enjoy learning more about Henry’s gift and the mixed reactions he gets from the different people.
Although a book 3 you can read the books independently. I read book one but not book two. The author makes enough references back to the previous stories to understand why the characters feel and react to certain situations. But she doesn’t bog the current story down with those facts.
If you enjoy Amish fiction this is a winner, well written and moves at a good pace.
Disclaimer: I did receive a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley.com, I was not required to give a review and the opinions here are my own.
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