Monday, February 25, 2013

A Perfect Square

Title: A Perfect Square

Author: Vannetta Chapman

Publisher: Zondervan

Series: Shipshewana Amish Mystery, Bk 2

ISBN: 9780310330448

Pages: 337 + Group Discussion Questions

Obtained: Library copy


After I wrote my post on the first book in this series, Falling to Pieces, I didn't have much to add for this one.  Like with the first I found myself in a state of warmth and kind of longing while reading it.  It is a different story though.  This time, the murder has less to do with Callie and more to do with the Amish citizens of Shipshewana (and elsewhere).  While Callie is interested in the truth of the matter, Deborah takes on much more of an amateur sleuth interest.  Callie ends up adopting another case... one of a man who lost his daughter as a child years ago.  He'd like to reunite with her before he passes and for some reason this really connects with Callie.

As for character development, Callie's friendships within the community grow and she seems to be exploring a new relationship at the end that I am very pleased about.

Anyway,  I look forward to reading the third book, Material Witness, which I am currently on the library's request list for.


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    1. I've got the next book waiting to be started.

  2. "I found myself in a state of warmth and kind of longing while reading it."

    I love when that happens!

    1. Isn't it great. Talk about a COZY read. =)


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