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Author: Paul L. Gaus
ISBN: 044900922X
Publisher: Books on Tape (December 20, 2011)
Language: English
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e-Book Broken English (Lib)(CD) epub download

by Paul L. Gaus

Broken English (Audio CD). Published December 20th 2011 by Books on Tape. Broken English (Ohio Amish Mystery Published January 17th 2020 by Ohio University Press.

Broken English (Audio CD). Audio CD. Author(s): . Hardcover, 214 pages.

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Автор: Gaus Paul L. Название: Broken English: An Amish-Country Mystery Издательство: Random House (USA) Классификация: Классический детектив ISBN: 0452296617 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780452296619 ISBN: 0-452-29661-7 ISBN-13(EAN): 978-0-452-29661-9.

2010 Язык: ENG Размер: 203 x 133 x 13 Читательская аудитория: General (us: trade) Подзаголовок: An amish-country mystery Рейтинг: Поставляется из: США Описание: Book 2 of the Amish-Country Mysteries, Broken English compulsively explores a fascinating culture set purposely apart.

A plume book broken english. PAUL LOUIS GAUS lives with his wife, Madonna, in Wooster, Ohio, just a few miles north of Holmes County, where the world’s largest and most varied settlement of Amish and Mennonite people is found. His knowledge of the culture of the Plain People stems from more than thirty years of extensive exploration of the narrow blacktop roads and lesser gravel lanes of this pastoral community, which includes several dozen sects of Anabaptists living closely among the so-called English or Yankee non-Amish people of the county.

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A compulsively readable new series that explores a fascinating culture set purposely apart. I hope Paul Gaus continues on with his Amish work.

I hope Paul Gaus continues on with his Amish work. I am a fan of Amish Lit. and mystery. I have read many books before about the Amish and "their ways" by people who claim to be experts.

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Ever since I met the author and his wife, I have been wanting to sit down with a cup of hot tea and read these books back to back. Now that this one has arrived in the mail, I will be able to do that (well, almost). I thoroughly enjoyed this one as much as I enjoyed his first one. No, this one did not have as much information on the Amish as his first book (The Blood of the Prodigal) which focused on the shunning practice. This one though shows that a man can be redeemed in spite of his past. This one also shows that what goes around will come around.

Professor Branden was asked again to solve the mystery. An Amish man's daughter was murdered in what was considered a break & entering gone wrong. The murderer was captured and put behind bars, apprehended by a man who just happened to be there down the street from the murder scene. Then within a few days, another person was murdered which threw the first murder case out of whack since the suspect is behind bars. Now instead of just one murderer, there's two and the second one is roaming free.

This one is not as intense as the first book was but it is very well-done and intriguing enough to keep me turning the pages till the end. This one shows the author's knowledge of firearms and it is rather interesting to read about it.

All in all, while this one doesn't have a personal feel of the characters to it like the last one did, it did have a suspense-feel to it and in my opinion, it is written much better than Grisham's books.

This is the 2nd in a series from this author. It is a much better written book than the first one, however, one needs to read them in order as the charecters are carried through to each book. I have enjoyed this series very much and am now reading the 4th book. These books are suitable for any age and are a good read.
I'm hooked on these books, and (as expected) Broken English didn't fail to provide a very enjoyable read. It has subtly humorous notes, and presents the Amish people as fully human.
Broken English is the 2nd book I have read by P.L. Gaus , I reccommmend all of his books in this series .
Okay, I am biased. I grew up 20 minutes from where most of the story takes place and I like to read about home. However there is still a good mystery here. Even better is the fact that the ending is not entirely predictable. Gaus throws in enough twists that you might have to re-read the last 10 pages just to be sure that you figured it out correctly.
The characters are likable, believable and Gaus works at developing them. No one is going to confuse Gaus with Agatha Christie, but this series is certainly as well written as Grisham.
I have read all his books except the latest one and love them. The newest one is on my Christmas list. I lived about 90 minutes from where most of these took place and spent a lot of time in Wooster. Reading his books makes me feel like I'm back home. I have learned a lot about the Amish from him. Will keep buying his books. My thanks to the author.
I wasn't too crazy about this book.Maybe it's becaouse I've read so many books about the Amish. That this wasn't really all that great.I felt like the writter could have told us more about the characters then he was letting us know.
Not a favorite but good for some one who has just started to read Amish Fiction books.
Great, great book