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Linda Castillo: The Hidden One

The ​discovery of an Amish bishop's remains leads chief of police Kate Burkholder to unearth a chilling secret in The Hidden One, a new thriller from bestselling author Linda Castillo.

Over a decade ago, beloved Amish bishop Ananias Stoltzfus disappeared without a trace. When skeletal remains showing evidence of foul play are unearthed, his disappearance becomes even more sinister.

The town’s elders arrive in Painters Mill to ask chief of police Kate Burkholder for help, but she quickly realizes she has a personal connection to the crime. The handsome Amish man who stands accused of the murder, Jonas Bowman, was Kate’s first love. Forced to confront a painful episode from her past, Kate travels to Pennsylvania’s Kishacoquillas Valley, where the Amish culture differs dramatically from the traditions she knows. Though Bishop Stoltzfus was highly respected, she soon hears about a dark side to this complex man. What was he hiding that resulted in his own brutal… (tovább)

320 oldal · keménytáblás · ISBN: 9781250781055

Népszerű idézetek


„I wouldn't be doing my due diligence as a domineering lover and know-it-all ex-cop if I didn't remind you that sometimes you care a little too much.”

Chapter 11


„The years teach a lot of lessons the days never know,” I tell him.
It was one of my mamm's favourite sayings.

Chapter 20


„Blessed are the ones who have nothing to say and cannot be persuaded to say it.”

Chapter 21


The Amish have a lot of sayings about a lot of things. One that has stayed with me over the years has to do with family and goes something like: Home is anywhere you are with the ones you love.

Chapter 34

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