Amish Dilemma Paperback
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The Amish are peaceful, law-abiding people. They do not hold grudges and do not seek vengeance. Their strong belief in God prevents them from fighting or placing a lot of value on money or self-importance.
Charity and Adam are a unique young couple. They married first out of duty to their families and then became so much in love that the entire Amish community admired and acknowledged them.
Charity is opinionated and outspoken. Unlike the passive Amish women, Charity speaks her mind and stands firmly for what she believes. She sometimes upsets the church leaders but everyone knows she is a strong Christian and a faithful Amish. Her strong fortitude is called upon through horrors that happen to her family and to the Amish community.
One of the "town boys" is found dead in an Amish barn. Who killed him and why was he placed in an Amish barn?
About the Author:
Sioux Dallas traces her ancestry back to Scotland, Holland, England and Wales. One branch of her family was traced back to the early 1400s to the Attanoughkomouck Indians.
Dallas' love of church and Bible study helps her to research many interesting people. She is a widow, and a retired public school teacher of both high school and grade school. Her love of music and her deep faith has carried her through life.
Sioux Dallas is currently working on her next novel. n
Amish Dilemma by Sioux Dallas was published by CCB Publishing in June 2011 and is our 62188th best seller. The ISBN for Amish Dilemma is 9781926918679.
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Details for Amish Dilemma
|Page last updated||23rd June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Sioux Dallas|
|Publisher||CCB Publishing (June 2011)|
|Number of Pages||194|