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Review 'This novel is a winning mix of Amish culture, small-town ambience and nerve-jangling mystery.' -BookPage on When Secrets Strike'Abundant details turn this Amish romantic thriller series launch into a work of art.' -Publishers Weekly on Where Secrets Sleep (Starred Review)'Crisp writing and distinctive characters make up Perry's latest novel. Where Secrets Sleep is a truly entertaining read.' -RT Book Reviews'Perry weaves a deft tale, taking a solid traditional cozy mystery plot and melding it nicely with a largely chaste romance.' ?Publishers Weekly on When Secrets StrikePerry's story hooks you immediately. Her uncanny ability to seamlessly blend the mystery element with contemporary themes makes this one intriguing read.-RT Book Reviews on Home by Dark'Perry skillfully continues her chilling, deceptively charming romantic suspense series with a dark, puzzling mystery that features a sweet romance and a nice sprinkling of Amish culture.'-Library Journal on Vanish in Plain Sight'Marta Perry illuminates the differences between the Amish community and the larger society with an obvious care and respect for ways and beliefs....She weaves these differences into the story with a deft hand, drawing the reader into a suspenseful, continually moving plot.'-Fresh Fiction on Murder in Plain Sight'Leah's Choice is a knowing and careful look into Amish culture and faith. A truly enjoyable reading experience.' -Angela Hunt, New York Times bestselling author of Let Darkness Come'Leah's Choice is a story of grace and servitude as well as a story of difficult choices and heartbreaking realities. It touched my heart. I think the world of Amish fiction has found a new champion.' -Lenora Worth, author of Code of HonorMarta Perry delivers a strong story of tension, fear and trepidation... An excellent mystery that's certain to keep you in constant suspense. While love is a powerful entity in this story, danger is never too far behind. -RT Book Reviews, Top Pick, on Season of Secrets Read more About the Author Marta Perry realized she wanted to be a writer at age eight, when she read her first Nancy Drew novel. A lifetime spent in rural Pennsylvania and her own Pennsylvania Dutch roots led Marta to the books she writes now about the Amish. When she?s not writing, Marta is active in the life of her church and enjoys traveling and spending time with her three children and six beautiful grandchildren. Visit her online at www.martaperry.com. Read more

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