Mysteries of Lancaster County Book 19: Dairy Disaster
Author: Elizabeth Ludwig
Elizabeth Classen has always loved the close-knit community of Bird-in-Hand, especially because, in times of trouble, neighbors come together to care for one another or lend a helping hand. So when Moses Troyer, an Amish dairy farmer, is injured in a buggy accident and is left unable to work, Elizabeth and her sisters, Martha and Mary, help out by purchasing milk from his daughter. However, things take a sour turn when the Classen sisters start getting complaints about their baked goods not tasting right and even making people sick! The sisters trace the source of the issue back to the milk they purchased from the Troyers. They soon discover it wasn’t simply one bad batch of milk, but the entire supply! Could it be sabotage? And if it is, who would harm the Troyers’ business when they need it most? Can Elizabeth and her sisters find out who the culprit is before the cows come home?About Mysteries of Lancaster County
Welcome to Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania, a quaint village in the heart of Lancaster County’s Amish Country. It’s here, amid rolling green hills and well-tended farms, where the Classen sisters, Elizabeth, Martha, and Mary, reunite after inheriting their family home. Together, they operate Secondhand Blessings, a charming gift-and-thrift store, housed in the old homestead’s barn. Little do the sisters suspect as they stock their shelves with Amish handcrafted gift items, antiques, and yummy baked goods that they’re also filling their rustic store with a host of mysteries and surprises.