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It takes place in Pennsylvania Dutch country, and one redeeming feature is that it DOES have some recipes . A Pennsylvania Dutch mystery with recipes. A little too sarcastic and trite for me but they are very light reading.
It takes place in Pennsylvania Dutch country, and one redeeming feature is that it DOES have some recipes included. The characters are characters-off the wall, and the plot is strange. The title has almost nothing to do with the story-well, one victim is Asian. Jul 23, 2010 Tabitha rated it liked it. I liked it somewhat better than the previous book. The main character owns a B&B in the Amish countryside of Pennsylvania.
Tamar Myers, who is of Mennonite background, is the author of the Pennsylvania Dutch mysteries and the Den of Antiquity series. Born and raised in the Congo, she lives in North Carolina. Shipping: FREE Within . Destination, rates & speeds.
Between a Wok and a Hard Place (Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery). This book was an eye opener for me into the Amish practices and beliefs. It was also a new beginning for me in a fun series that I intend to continue
Between a Wok and a Hard Place (Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery). Butter Safe Than Sorry: A Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery. The Hand That Rocks the Ladle (A Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery with Recipes). It was also a new beginning for me in a fun series that I intend to continue.
Books in this series are officially identified with the line, A Pennslyvania-Dutch Mystery with Recipes. It is also called the "Magdalena Yoder series" after the protagonist and sleuth. The author is Tamar Myers. The series is a set in Pennsylvania Dutch country. The first novel in the series is Too Many Crooks Spoil the Broth. The protagonist, Magdalena Yoder runs a bed and breakfast
Book in the Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery Series). I don't know how she does it, but Ms. Myers has written yet another truly entertaining book in this - her 5th in her Penn/Dutch mystery series
Book in the Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery Series). Myers has written yet another truly entertaining book in this - her 5th in her Penn/Dutch mystery series. Each page is engaging; her writing and wit superb.
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Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery Series, Book 5 · Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery. Tamar Myers was born and raised in the Belgian Congo (now just the Congo). An Amish Bed and Breakfast Mystery with Recipes – PennDutch Mysteries "Bubbling over with mirth and mystery. Dorothy Cannell "A delicious treat. Her parents were missionaries to a tribe which, at that time, were known as headhunters and used human skulls for drinking cups. More about Tamar Myers.
They strive to remove themselves from the temptations of the world, and that's much harder than you think. They don't watch television or movies. Could you handle that?". Could you handle that?" the tube since 1960 anyway," he said without the need to reflect. But horses, buggies, and barn-raising parties - wow! You know, that could be so cool. I bet I'd be pretty good at all that stuff. Okay, so I grew up in Hollywood and all, but I know Harrison Ford personally, and I've seen Witness six times. I know what I'm getting.