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What the community says about A Perfect Square (A Shipshewana Amish Mystery)
- "This is definitely a different type of book that regarding the Amish-aspect, and yet, I am intrigued. I think having taking place in the Amish lifestyle, it may have a bit of a "Nineteenth century" vibe to it. I've also always enjoyed an interesting mystery story."
- "I once thought butter churning after evening mass couldn't get any more exciting. That was until Vannetta Chapman opened my mind with A Perfect Square. Never again will I guess the dark secrets a quaint and faithful society holds underneath the layer of outwardly kindness. "
- "If long and drawn out murder mysteries are your thing, then "A Perfect Square" might be worth your time. The book drags on just one theme and that is on the apparent homicide of a young girl. This will be a long and boring read for those who are looking for more than just reading about homicide investigation when it comes to law proceedings and detective work."
- "A Perfect Square is the second book in Vannetta Chapman's A Shipshewana Amish Mystery series, and it has a can’t put this down feeling, that I love in a great mystery book. This book is set in a picturesque Northern Indiana town with Amish crafts, idyllic farms, and a harrowing crime that tries to drive these faithful people apart. "
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