This mystery is very different from any I've read before. Eyes at the Window by Evie Yoder Miller is about the murder of an infant in an Amish settlement in 1810. It has a LOT of characters to keep track of, as each chapter is told in the voice of a different character...it reads like journal entries describing family relationships, work, history, geography, language, religion, guilt, and innocence. It's not exactly an easy book to read, but I'm really enjoying it. The chapters are short, so I'm able to make measurable progress in little bites, which is really good for my schedule right now.
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