Another cozy mystery for the Classen sisters to solve
This time Mary, Martha and Elizabeth are taking a balloon ride when Martha sees someone being kidnapped. The only clue they have, if it is a clue, is a charm from a bracelet. The girls put on their sleuthing caps but gradually run out of options. Even with the help of Officer John and teacher Alex, the information is not enough to go on. The sisters do not let that stop them and continue to help people along the way as they weed out suspects.
A very enjoyable story from picturesque Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. A great addition to the series. I am always glad to see what the sisters are up to.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book from the authors. I was not required to give a favorable review. All opinions are my own.*4 stars and a solid faith thread.
Birds Eye View is the 18th book in the Mysteries of Lancaster County mystery fiction series.
What better way to enjoy the scenic splendor of Lancaster County than from the sky? When Martha and her sisters, Elizabeth and Mary, attend the annual Lancaster County Hot Air Balloon Festival, they’re excited about getting a bird’s-eye view of Bird-in-Hand. But as their balloon drifts across the idyllic landscape, Martha is shocked to witness what looks like a kidnapping taking place in a parking lot below. When the Classen sisters finally make it to the spot of the abduction, all they find is a small charm from a Girl Scout summer camp held years ago. Could this be a clue to the identity of their missing woman? When no one files a missing person report, the sisters have no choice but to take matters into their own hands. Will they find the woman—and discover the reason she was kidnapped—or has the sisters’ penchant for mystery made them see a crime where none exists?
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