As the World Churns by Tamar Myers
A Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery

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Magdalena Yoder may finally be married to big-time Manhattan doctor Gabriel Rosen, but she's still a small-town girl at heart, and thrilled to be the emcee for the first annual Hernia Holstein Competition. As a bonus, the PennDutch and its barn are booked solid. But then someone clobbers the contest's originator, Doc Shafor, while he's admiring the cows, and both Gabe and his daughter Alison go missing. With the help of her best friend (and the hindrance of her mother-in-law), Magdalena vows to track down clues until the cows-and her family- come home.
 

About Tamar Myers

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Tamar Myers was born in what was then the Belgian Congo in 1948, where her parents were American Mennonite missionaries to a tribe of head-hunters. She moved to the USA at the age of fifteen. On her mother's side, Tamar is descended from one of the first Amish families to settle in America in 1738. She is the author of more than forty mystery novels and many short stories.
 
Published February 5, 2008 by NAL Hardcover. 272 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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When Gabe and Magdalena’s foster daughter Alison disappear after the contest, Magdalena, her mother-in-law, her friend Agnes and her longtime enemy Wanda join together in a frantic search for them.

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Myers's 15th Pennsylvania Dutch cozy (after 2007's Hell Hath No Curry) will mainly appeal to established fans who have become fond of series heroine Magdalena Yoder, the Mennonite mayor of Hernia, Pa.

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Myers's 15th Pennsylvania Dutch cozy (after 2007's Hell Hath No Curry) will mainly appeal to established fans who have become fond of series heroine Magdalena Yoder, the Mennonite mayor of Hernia, Pa.

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