Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper (An Amish Mystery #1) by Amy Lillard

Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper (An Amish Mystery #1)

Content to be unmarried and plain-spoken, Kathryn "Kappy" King is an odd-woman-out in the Amish community of Blue Sky, Pennsylvania. But she's skilled at making the special kapps local women need to cover their hair. And she might be the only one who can unearth the danger hiding in this peaceful valley . . . When Kappy's neighbor, Ruth Peachey, turns up dead in her yard, everyone in Blue Sky believes it's a tragic accident. Until the Englisch po...

Details Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper (An Amish Mystery #1)

TitleKappy King and the Puppy Kaper (An Amish Mystery #1)
Release DateDec 26th, 2017
GenreAmish, Mystery, Cozy Mystery

Reviews Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper (An Amish Mystery #1)

  • Maureen Timerman
    A delightful and rather different Amish read, and oh so enjoyable and quickly became a page turner, and I didn’t want to put it down.With a sad happening, a murder, and a handicapped son left without his mother, and soon ending up in the slammer, his words not mine. We begin an adventure, with Kappy King, a young woman the local Amish community thinks of as being different and mainly unseen. She soon teams up with the unseen or shunned daughter...
  • Jessica Baker (A Baker's Perspective)
    This was such a fun story. First, I just have to say that the cover is so adorable. I happen to have a beagle, and so I was instantly a fan of the cover and the story. It had the clean and fun elements of a cozy mystery, but the traditional elements of an Amish story (minus the big romance story). I had a smile on my face throughout the entire story and had a blast trying to solve the mystery alongside of Kappy and Edie.I think the thing I like t...
  • Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower)
    “…the realization made her want to pray and eat ice cream, not necessarily in that order.”Oh my goodness y’all. Kappy King bursts onto the scene in a delightfully quirky hot mess, and I loved every minute of it! She is one of the most unique Amish characters I’ve ever encountered (some of Jennifer Beckstrand’s characters would welcome Kappy with open arms), but it’s her interaction with her new Englisch best friend Edie that makes h...
  • Andrea Guy
    I'm a sucker for Amish books and an Amish cozy mystery is probably one of the best things for me.This book brought me so much joy! It was truly fun and quite different. I've read Amish mysteries before, but never a cozy mystery.Kappy is a spinster, who makes the "caps" that Amish ladies wear. She's a little bit odd, but she's very lovableWhen her neighbor is found murdered and her handicapped son is arrested, Kappy steps in helping out Ruth's dau...
  • Silvia Kay
    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was the first Amish cozy mystery I have ever read and it certainly made me want to read more books from this niche. I've been fascinated by the Amish way of life for quite some time, so it is no wonder that I jumped at the chance to read this book.The story moves at a brisk pace, although there was a moment or two when I thought the author could have glossed over a particular description or scene that wasn't add...
  • Betty
    The cover caught my attention. Kappy King_a young Amish woman living by herself is dismay to find her front door painted blue. She goes to confront the painter, only to find standing over the body of his Mother saying "I am sorry." Over and over again. The police array him but Happy feels he is not cable of murdering someone. She made friends with his sister and together they explore the factors of the case regardless of various kinds of harassme...
  • Linda
    The first in a new series, Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper is a fun and quirky Amish mystery. While it may be difficult to imagine an Amish woman turned Englischer who is shunned and an Amish woman who is considered odd by those in her community teaming up to solve a murder but that’s exactly what you have in this story. Edie Peachey, who left the Amish faith after being baptized into the church, has returned to Big Sky and is determined to find...
  • Carole Jarvis
    Reviewed at The Power of Words: http://bit.ly/2AJa5b2Quirky, funny, entertaining, and full of puppy love … Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper has a lot of heart and I loved it! Amy Lillard begins a delightful new series that combines the best of cozy mystery and Amish fiction. I can honestly say that I’ve never read anything quite like it, and that’s very good.One strength of this mystery is the crime-solving duo of Kappy and Edie. I’m not su...
  • Christy
    I think the cover is what drew me in to this latest mystery; but unfortunately I won't be interested in the second one in this series. I enjoyed a few things about the story but Edie was a complete disappointment to me as a character. She didn't seem at all like someone who had spent over half her life being Amish and went so far as to be baptized into the church. I found her to be just unbelievable as a ex-Amish. Kappy was also quite unbelievabl...
  • Melissa Henderson
    Murder and mystery are found in this intriguing story. Who committed the murder? Why? Will the truth ever be known? Does the sale of puppies have anything to do with the strange happenings in this town? I could not stop reading this one. The author has written another great story. I received a copy of this book from the author and this is my honest personal opinion.
  • Jessica Robbins
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  • Connie Lynch
    If you are fan of a bit of mystery and intrigue Amy Lillard has delivered it with Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper. What an enjoyable change of pace from the usually story lines. Kappy is a gem and truly your best friend in the book. I would personally love to have her as a neighbor. If you read for pure enjoyment this is the series to grab. Kappy teaches us the struggles of having faith in each other and loving each other. If you are a fan of Amy ...
  • Diana Montgomery
    I love books by Amy Lillard. You think you have already read her best well guess what you haven't. This one is awesome it is a Amish mystery.I started the book and couldn't put it down. Awesome well written characters you will adore. I know i am looking forward to the next one in the series. Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper is book one in the Kappy King Mysteries. Kappy lives alone and is determined she is not to marry. People think of her as being...
  • Marilyn
    This was a fun and witty book to read with some intense moments to pure laughter. Kappy found herself caught in the middle of wanting to sew her kapps but she wanted to assist Edie, her neighbor’s shunned daughter, to find out who had killed her and Jimmy’s mother. When lovable mentally-challenged Jimmy was arrested they were off on a run with clues that went no where. Jimmy knew how to care for all the dogs, something Edie and Kappy had to t...
  • Lori Parrish
    I wasn't required to review this book but I wanted to anyway. This is a different sort of writing that Amy has done and I enjoyed it to the fullest!!Not being overly fond of mysteries I took quite an interest in it. I couldn't wait to see Who done it. I sort of figured it out from the beginning but I wanted to see how long it would take the girls.I definitely love Kappy!! I can definitely relate to her seeing as how she's on the different side of...
  • JoAnne
    I love Amish stories and Amy Lillard is among my favorite authors of this genre. While I liked the idea of an Amish mystery it didn't hit the mark for me. The story was too simplistic and didn't have the depth to the characters or the story that I've come to expect from this author.The story flowed smoothly and I got to know the characters but there was almost a feeling of slapstick as I read it. There was a crime to be solved and lots of other c...
  • Kristina
    Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper by Amy Lillard is the first book in An Amish Mystery series. Kathryn “Kappy” King lives alone making kapps for the women of her community in Blue Sky, Pennsylvania. Kappy arrives home from shopping to find her front door painted blue which implies an available maidel lives here. Kappy knows instantly that Jimmy Peachey, next door neighbor’s son with Downs syndrome, painted her door and heads over to talk with ...
  • Patty
    Kappy King and the Pupper Kaper by Amy Lillard is the first book in An Amish Mystery series, and it was great fun. Kappy is a single Amish women, who finds her neighbor, Ruth Peachy, dead. Kappy is determined to find the real murderer when Ruth's disabled/simple minded son is arrested for the murder. I really enjoyed this well written cozy, with all the quirky characters. I look forward to reading the next book in the series.I received this book ...
  • Odessa Green
    So Initially i looked over this book because of the title. It didn't strike me as a usual cozy title. I decided to see what the blurb was about and discovered that it was an Amish Cozy.  I only began reading Amish cozies last year (and Christian cozies this year) and I really enjoy them.In this book we are introduced to Kathryn King. Also known as Kappy in her community because she is the only Kapp maker in town (for those of you who don't alre...
  • Patricia Bond
    KAPPY KING AND THE PUPPY KAPER ( KAPPY KING MYSTERY - BOOK 1) AMY LILLARDKappy King and the Puppy Kaper is an awesome mystery written by Amy Lillard. It is a book that you will not want to put down. I know I had a hard time doing so.Kappy "Kathryn" King is "odd" to some of the members of her Blue Sky Pennsylvania community. She is unmarried and she makes her living by making prayer kapps. When Kappy goes to visit her neighbor Ruth Peachy, who bre...
  • Susan
    This was a very enjoyable read. A true cozy mystery set in Amish country with a strong sense of place and very character driven. The partnership of Kappy and Edie wouldn't work in another setting. They are great together. Kappy is a young Amish woman, still single and the only kapp maker in the area. After her family is killed in an accident, she is raised by her eccentric maiden aunt which explains Kappy's perspective on her life. She's not in t...
  • Deana Dick
    I love it when an author writes a book that makes you laugh and has a mystery which is intriguing. I’m excited to read this new series and know that fans will love it. For all you cozy mystery readers I suggest you check out the new girl in town. Amy has a winner with this fun book that had me laughing and kept me on my toes. Kappy is a wonderful character and I loved her determination to help solve the murder of her neighbor . She is someone I...
  • Patti
    Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper by Amy LillardA brand new Amish mystery series releases today from author Amy Lillard. It takes place in the Big Valley area in the mountains of Pennsylvania. Here you will find at least 3 different Amish communites distinguishable by their different colored buggies and the way some men wear their suspenders. Our main protagonist is Kappy King, an Amish young adult, who lives in Blue Sky and leads an almost solita...
  • Lorraine
    Ruth Peachey and her son Jimmy bred Beagles and had chickens, rabbits and gerbils.  Jimmy had Down syndrome and he loved caring for the animals.  He had been to Kappy’s (Kathryn) to do something nice for her (in his mind anyway).Upon arriving home with the material she needed to make Kapp’s for the women of the district, Kappy saw the “surprise”.  She knew right away it had been Jimmy and, even though they lived close enough to walk, s...
  • Elizabeth
    Kappy King and The Puppy Kaper ( Happy King Mystery -book 1 )By: Amy LillardKappy King and The Puppy Kaper is book one in the Kappy King Mystery series. I love Amy Lillard;s books and it seems that she gets better with each one. I loved the new mystery series and can’t wait to read the next book. I laughed and laughed throughout the story. When I started I did not want to put it down. Kappy King lives alone and is skilled at making special Kapp...
  • Cecilia
    Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper is a delightful suspense by Amy Lillard. Kappy “Kathryn” King is the kapp maker and odd ball in her district. Upon returing home from a shopping trip, she find her front door painted blue, the color that meant she was single and looking for a husband. No doubt in her mind, she knows that her neighbor, Jimmy, is to blame. Jimmy, a young man with Down’s Syndrome, lives with his mother, Ruth Peachey, across the r...
  • Laura Reading
    A delightful combination of cozy mystery and Amish romance. Surrounded by the simplicity and beauty of an Amish community and overlapped with strange ways of the Englisch. Kappy King doesn't quite fit in. She was raised b a single aunt who also never quite fit in. Her aunt was the official kapp maker and now it is Kappy's place in the communityJimmy lives across the road and in some ways seems simpler than most. He has a sister who decided not to...
  • Sunnie
    This is the start of a new mystery series by Amy Lillard. Amy Lillard is one of my favorite Amish authors. And I was excited to be able to read this very fun book.I have enjoyed mysteries since I was young and so adding that to an Amish setting, another of my favorite genres, made this a very fun read.A single, somewhat unusual character, Kappy, the Kapp maker for the local Amish women, discovers her neighbor dead with her mentally challenged son...
  • Tina Watson
    Murder in an Amish community. The wrong man is arrested. Will anyone be able to prove his innocent? "Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper" is the first in a new series for Amy Lillard. Amy combines cozy mystery with Amish fiction. She makes reading "Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper" a delightful page turner by adding lots of puppy love on top of entertaining with characters that you will adore. I look forward to reading the second book in this series and...
  • Christa
    Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper is the first book in a new series by Amy Lillard. This Amish mystery will have you on the edge of your seat trying to figure out who murdered Ruth Peachey. Everyone in beautiful Blue Sky, Pennsylvania cannot believe that Ruth Peachey was murdered. Her mentally challenged son, Jimmy, is sent to jail for the crime. Everyone knows it wasn't him. Can Jimmy's English sister, Edie find evidence and track down the real per...