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)
|Title||Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper (An Amish Mystery #1)|
|Release Date||Dec 26th, 2017|
Reviews Kappy King and the Puppy Kaper (An Amish Mystery #1)
- 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...
- Kappy King's life used to be uneventful and friendless until her neighbor is murdered and Ruth's special needs son, Jimmy, is arrested. Edie, Jimmy's sister, comes home to their Amish community to help her brother, but since she was shunned, she needs a go between to talk to the neighbors sometimes with humorous results. Kappy believes in friendship and helping Jimmy more than the rules.Edie and Kappy's lives get more complicated and the situatio...
- This book was an absolute pleasure to read. I started it on Sunday and didn't want to put it down until I finished it. The book held you captive you need to find out who done it. It took me a day to finish it. I loved it. Can't wait for the next one to out. 🔰🔰🔰☺☺☺
- Quirky and intriguing all rolled into one. This is not like any Amish Cozy you've read before and that in itself is refreshing . I enjoyed the author's prospective on how the Amish might view and deal with someone with special needs it was even more interesting in how they view other Amish that live in other district's besides their own. This was not just a solid and well written mystery it was also a teaching moment .