Found, Secrets of Crittenden County Series #3
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Number of Pages: 272
Publication Date: 2012
Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.31 X 0.61 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Secrets of Crittenden County
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Found is the final book in the Secrets of Crittenden County trilogy by beloved author Shelley Shepard Gray, who writes powerful novels set in a world of strong faith and simple living. The New York Times bestselling author of the popular Sisters of the Heart and Seasons of Sugarcreek series immerses her readers in the Amish life, like fellow bestselling authors Beverly Lewis, Wanda Brunstetter, and Cindy Woodsmall. In Found, Gray’s unforgettable trilogy of what happens when a terrible crime that strikes a close knit Amish community comes full-circle, “Englisher” Detective Luke Reynolds discovers the identity of Perry Borntrager’s killer and the community must come to terms with the surprising revelation. It's a remarkably heartwarming conclusion to this series, and readers will not be disappointed.
Shelley Shepard Gray is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, a finalist for the American Christian Fiction Writers prestigious Carol Award, and a two-time HOLT Medallion winner. She lives in southern Ohio, where she writes full-time, bakes too much, and can often be found walking her dachshunds on her town’s bike trail.
A great end to a perplexing mystery!
GracieHamtramck,MiAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5this book was so good didn't want to put it downJanuary 9, 2014GracieHamtramck,MiAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5excellent book anyone reading it would be hard pressed to put it down i know I was. I wanted to just keep reading till I finished it. absolutely excellent in every way. thank you so much.
Judy K BurgiKendallville, INAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Surprise Ending!July 6, 2013Judy K BurgiKendallville, INAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Found is the last book in The Secrets of Crittenden County Series. I read this book in a day and a half. I just had to find out who killed Perry Borntrager. I thought I had it figured out when I was over halfway through this book. I was wrong, wrong, wrong! It shocked me to find out who really did it.
I loved the budding romances between Luke and Frannie, Walker and Lydia, and Jacob and Deborah. I do hope the author plans a book or books in the future that will let us know what happens to these characters we have come to love reading about.
Author Shelley Shepard Gray has never disappointed me with her books. I loved this trilogy. The mystery, the twists, the romance was a real page turner.
I can't wait to read Daybreak. I'm sure this one will be another great page turner!
Robin WallaceFloridaAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Finally the Mystery is SolvedMarch 28, 2013Robin WallaceFloridaAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Found: The Secrets of Crittenden County
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Book Summary: A murder is solved and a quiet Amish community must deal with the repercussions. Amid the surprising revelations, can a newfound love survive? As the search for Perry Borntrager's killer continues, Jacob Schrock feels like his world is about to crumble. Right before Perry went missing, he and Jacob got into a fistfight. Jacob never told anyone what happened that terrible night. He's good at keeping secrets-including his love for Deborah, Perry's sister. But when Deborah takes a job at his family's store and their friendship blossoms, Jacob senses everything is about to be revealed. Deborah has been searching for a slice of happiness ever since her brother's body was discovered. When the police start questioning Jacob, Deborah can't believe that the one person she's finally allowed in could be the one responsible for her brother's death. Will she believe what everyone seems to think is the truth . . . or listen to her heart, and hope there is still one more person who is keeping secrets in Crittenden County?
Review: I really have enjoyed the entire trilogy. So much has changed since the series began. I laughed and cried when the mystery was solved. The people kept their secrets close to their hearts. It was an emotional end and everyone had a hand in the death of Perry as Deborah told her parents. It was an anticlimactic end that rounded out the mystery that loomed over so many people's heads. I was surprised by who did it, for I had figured someone else for the murder. But as is true in life murder is passion run amok. Ms. Gray's ending was much more realistic and tragic. It was definitely a series worth reading. Thanks for the ride Ms. Gray and making vividly real the many characters in your story.
I would like to thank Edelweiss and Avon Inspire for allowing me to read and review this book in return for a free copy and I was never asked to write a favorable review by anyone.
VickiAOKAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Secrets of Crittendon County 1-3September 24, 2012VickiAOKAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I also just finished the last book in this series and loved it. Didn't see the ending coming at all until the very end. What a surprise. Makes you wonder what you'd do for your kids, doesn't it? I love these books and always wish there were more stories in the series. Love reading the continuing story of their lives and how the interact with others. Thanks, keep up the good work. I have also forwarded this series on to a friend.
Christy Lockstein4 Stars Out Of 53rd in Secrets of Crittenden CountySeptember 12, 2012Christy LocksteinQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Found by Shelley Shepard Gray is the final book in the Secrets of Crittenden County series about how the murder of Perry Borntrager shakes up his Amish community. While the police believe they are close to finding his killer, Perry's former best friend, Jacob Schrock has much to regret and hide about his final meeting with Perry. Deborah, Perry's younger sister, is finally starting to break out from her parents' shell and find a life of her own, which includes working at Schrocks' Variety Store. She's had a crush on Jacob since she was a little girl who followed Perry and Jacob everywhere, but since Perry stole from the store and turned to drugs, Jacob has treated her as though she were the villain. But Jacob is finally starting to see Deborah as her own person instead of as an extension of the Borntrager family, and he can see just what a beautiful woman she has become, but as details of Perry's last day on earth emerge, it tests the couple's newfound attraction. Gray, as always, has created a town filled with people who feel very real and readers would love to visit or even move to! Deborah is the central character in this book, and she's a real standout. Just finding her way and strength, I wish Gray would continue with her story because she's a rare find. There are few flaws in the book: Jacob apologizes to Deborah her first day working at the store, and she is touched by his change of heart, yet the next time they meet things are just as tense; and after Luke interviews Jacob about the murder, he is certain of Jacob's guilt, yet just a page later he believes his story. In the end, Gray has done a great job of portraying a community's reaction to the murder of a son and how it will impact them all in the years to come. She was more interested in focusing on that than on the gory details of death or the intricacies of a police investigation, and the story is powerful because of her focus on the people.