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Blood of the Prodigal (Ohio Amish Mystery Series #1) by P. L. Gausbook 1
Broken English (Ohio Amish Mystery Series #2) by P. L. Gausbook 2
Clouds without Rain (Ohio Amish Mystery Series #3) by P. L. Gausbook 3
Cast a Blue Shadow (Ohio Amish Mystery Series #4) by P. L. Gausbook 4
A Prayer for the Night (Ohio Amish Mystery Series #5) by P. L. Gausbook 5
Separate from the World: An Ohio Amish Mystery (The Amish-Country Mysteries) by P. L. Gausbook 6
Harmless as Doves by P. L. Gausbook 7
The Names of Our Tears: An Amish-Country Mystery by P. L. Gausbook 8
Whiskers of the Lion: An Amish-Country Mystery by P. L. Gausbook 9
Murder Most Amish by P. L. GausOmnibus 1-3

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  7. A Man of His Word (Hearts of Middlefield Series, Book 1) by Kathleen Fuller (2009)
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  14. Murder, Plain and Simple: An Amish Quilt Shop Mystery by Isabella Alan (2013)
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