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Monday, May 23, 2016

Rebecca Reviews ~ The Silent Order by Melanie Dobson

Published May 15th, 2016 by Ember Roth Books
(first published November 1st, 2010)
After the murder of his partner, Detective Rollin Wells hides away in an Amish home to find out who is collaborating with Cleveland’s notorious mob. While Rollin searches for answers to his partner’s death, he befriends an elusive young Amish woman named Katie and her young son. As Rollin learns about Katie’s past, he’s shocked at the secret Katie is hiding - a secret that has haunted Rollin for almost ten years. 

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Rebecca's Review
 4 STARS!!!
 
Cleveland Detective Rollin Wells has a personal vendetta; find enough evidence to expose the nefarious Cardano family mobsters once and for all, allowing justice to run its course. They stole something very precious from him and Rollin is not about to stop until each and every one of them has been apprehended. He just didn't expect to lose his junior partner in the process.

Katie Lehman and her young son, Henry have embraced the Amish way of life in Sugarcreek, Ohio. Her past is but a distant memory until an injured lawman is found unconscious in a neighbor's barn. One look at his face, and Katie's worst nightmare begins to unfold. How could Rollin Wells possibly have found them?

"The Silent Order" is a story beautifully written; mixing a violent Italian mob family with peace-loving Amish in such a way that the ending seems very much like a new beginning. Enjoy this re-release of a story that deserves to be re-told.

It was my pleasure to receive a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest opinion.

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Rebecca is a graduate of Bryan College with a degree in Christian Education and is currently serving at the First Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in Gastonia, North Carolina as the Director of Children's Ministry. With nearly 28 years of experience in her field, she has had many opportunities to use her love of reading and writing in creative ways across the generations. A wife, mother of four "nearly" grown children, and grandmother to four beautiful grandchildren, Rebecca has been able to return to her love of reading and more recently reviewing, with a renewed passion for the "beauty of story".

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