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What the Bishop Saw
Henry Lapp is the Bishop of an Amish community in San Luis Valley, Colorado. When a fire takes place and kills one of his Amish members, the fire department informs him that it is not an accident and an innocent man is wrongly accused. Henry has a special ability he thinks could help clear this man. He must put his faith in God to lead him in the right direction.
When the Bishop Needs an Alibi
While on a bird watching event at a National Wildlife Refuge, God is once again calling on Bishop Henry Lapp to use his ability to draw from memory in photographic detail to aid in an investigation. The body of Sophia Johnson a local waitress is found. Now the killer is trying to cover up the crime and Henry just might be in danger.
Who the Bishop knows
At the annual Ski Hi Stampede rodeo in Monte Vista, Colorado, an Amish man dies in what appears an unfortunate accident. Amish bishop Henry Lapp who often helps with investigations did not actually see Jeremiah Schwartz’s death. When there are threats to the community, they realize a murderer is among them. Bishop Lapp will have to use his human character skills to help crack this case.