I enjoyed my return to Middlebury and The Village in Murder Tightly Knit. The second Amish Village Mystery was as enjoyable as the first. Maybe more-so, since the friends had an established rapport and experience working together. With that already in place, their mystery-solving seemed to flow even more naturally.
I like how Vannetta Chapman kept so many secrets hidden from the readers in this book. The motive was unclear until near the end. Hints slowly began to unfold mid-way through, but even once I knew the motive, I didn't know WHO the killer really was until the last couple chapters. I also didn't know what Andrew was really up to until five chapters from the end.
Murder Tightly Knit was another enjoyable and fast-moving cozy mystery from Vanetta Chapman. I still haven't read her Shipshewana Amish Mystery series, but I plan to. I'll be looking forward to the next Amish Village Mystery.
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