Plain confession

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When Rachel Mast returned to Stone Mill, Pennsylvania, she unwittingly became a bridge between the closed Amish community and the Englisher police. Daniel Fisher"s death may not have been a hunting accident; his family does not seem surprised at his death, and his brother-in-law confesses. Is he trying to protect someone? Now, as Rachel prepares for her wedding, she"s drawn into an investigation that could end in a different ceremony-- her funeral.

StatementEmma Miller
SeriesAn Amish mystery
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3613.I536 P563 2018b
The Physical Object
Pagination279 pages
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26950742M
ISBN 10149670648X
ISBN 139781496706485
OCLC/WorldCa1029056436

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Plain Confession Emma Miller Received from Netgalley PLAIN CONFESSION is the fifth book in the An Amish Mystery series.

It can easily be read as a standalone. Rachel Mast has left her Amish faith but acts like a go between for the Amish and Plain confession book English law enforcement/5. Editorial Reviews ★ 02/26/ Miller’s superior fifth Amish mystery (after ’s Plain Missing) opens with the funeral of Daniel Fisher, a well-liked young Amish man who apparently shot himself by accident while out hunting in the Stone Mill, Pa., : Kensington.

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The story is about a new kid named Shayne and comes to this town and in the first week or two that he is in the new town he confesses to something really interesting/5. Plain Confession is the fifth book in the series, and it can be read as a standalone.

Details on Rachel, her family and Evan are included. I found Plain Confession to contain good writing, and it was easy to read. Emma Miller is a descriptive writer which helps bring a book to life.

I /5(3). —RT Book Reviews Books by Emma Miller PLAIN MURDER PLAIN KILLING PLAIN DEAD PLAIN MISSING PLAIN CONFESSION Published by Kensington Publishing Corporation PLAIN CONFESSION EMMA MILLER KENSINGTON BOOKS All copyrighted material within is Attributor Protected. Table of Contents Praise for PLAIN DEAD4/5(32).

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Plain Confession by Emma Miller. Thrillers & Suspense; Member Price: Publisher Price: Quantity: $ $ Regular Print. Large Print. Buy Member Credits during the first 10 days of the month for only $ each and redeem them for any book on the site.

(Save over 20%) Credits will not expire, so you can use them at any time!. NetGalley is a site where book reviewers and other professional readers can read books before they are published, in e-galley or digital galley form.

Members register for free and can request review copies or be invited to review by the publisher. Rachel Mast (Plain Missing,etc.) probes a murder in her parents’ Amish Studer never had much luck in life.

Her first husband was a poor provider, and her second was sick for years. Even her Plain neighbors in Stone Mill, Pennsylvania, too unworldly to recognize the form of autism commonly called Asperger syndrome, can see that her older son, Moses, is somehow different.

Plain Confession (Book): Miller, Emma: When Rachel Mast returned to Stone Mill, Pennsylvania, she unwittingly became a bridge between the closed Amish community and the Englisher police. Now, as she prepares for her wedding, she's drawn into an investigation that could end in a different ceremony.

When Rachel Mast returned to Stone Mill, Pennsylvania, she unwittingly became a bridge between the closed Amish community and the Englisch police. Now, as she prepares for her wedding, she's drawn into an investigation that could end in a differen. The police believe he was murdered and they need Rachel’s help telling the family.

But when she does, they don’t seem upset or even surprised. Even more unsettling, Daniel’s brother-in-law confesses—while his mother begs Rachel to prove his innocence. But why would he give a false confession. Who is he trying to protect.

Plain Confession By Emma Miller - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Plain confession. [Emma Miller] -- When Rachel Mast returned to Stone Mill, Pennsylvania, she unwittingly became a bridge between the closed Amish community and the Englisher police.

Plain Confession by Emma Miller is the fifth book in A Stone Miller Amish Mystery series (aka An Amish Mystery series). Rachel Mast owns \n N-TRIPLES\/a. Plain Confession (Book): Miller, Emma: When Rachel Mast returned to Stone Mill, Pennsylvania, she unwittingly became a bridge between the closed Amish community and the Englisher police.

Daniel Fisher's death may not have been a hunting accident; his family does not seem surprised at his death, and his brother-in-law confesses. Is he trying to protect someone. Buy one of our three Featured Selections and select any second book for $ and a third for only $ (Save over 40%) All pre-orders are available at the membership price or one Member Credit, and because they are shipped separately, pre-orders are not eligible for Feature Selection Bundle prices.

Plain Confession (Book): Miller, Emma: Random House, Rachel Mast returned to Stone Mill, Pennsylvania, she unwittingly became a bridge between the closed Amish community and the Englisher police. Now, as she prepares for her wedding, she’s drawn into an investigation that could end in a different ceremony—her funeral Rachel didn’t know Daniel Fisher well, but it still.

Unless his confession makes her believe he’s guilty. I don’t understand why he’d say he killed his brother-in-law if he didn’t.” Rachel grabbed the red marker and drew a line under confessed on the board.

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In Plain Confession, Rachel is just weeks away from marrying Evan so there's the bonus of a sweet romantic thread in the middle of the. When Rachel Mast returned to Stone Mill, Pennsylvania, she unwittingly became a bridge between the closed Amish community and the Englisch police. Now, as she prepares for her wedding, she's drawn into an investigation that could end in a different ceremony&#;her funeral Rachel didn't kno.

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Genre: Autobiography, Psychology. Plain Confession Emma Miller Received from Netgalley PLAIN CONFESSION is the fifth book in the An Amish Mystery series. It can easily be read as a standalone. Rachel Mast has left her Amish faith but acts like a go between for the Amish and the English law enforcement.

An Amish man has been found dead.Plain Confession. by Emma Miller Kensington, March$ Buy at Amazon Shop at Indie Bound.

I was pleasantly surprised by this novel, the fifth in a series featuring former Amish B&B owner Rachel Mast. As the book opens, Rachel is attending the funeral of a member of the Amish community when Rachel’s fiancé, a state trooper, shows up.