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Elizabeth Adams Books In Order

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Green Card (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Unwilling (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Ship to Shore (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

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Meryton Vignettes (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Elizabeth Adams is an American inspirational fiction author from New York best known for her contributions to several series published by Guideposts Books and Inspirational Media. Among the series she has contributed to include; the “Secrets of Mary’s Bookshop,” “Sugarcreek Amish Mysteries,” and the “Tearoom Mysteries.” Adams who is a New Yorker has asserted that she loves a good book, sunshine, and hopes to one day own and live in a Mediterranean villa. Given her love for mysteries, she has said that her best movie of all time is “Casablanca” though she can watch anything by Cary Grant. She is addicted to chocolate but balances this out with dancing which she does almost every week. While she is best known for her inspirational fiction, she also writes contemporary and historical comedic drama, comedy, romantic comedy, and romance fiction. Adams currently lives with her husband in New York and when she is not writing, she can be found cleaning up after her two cats, playing with her high-spirited daughter, and reading mysteries.

Adams has always loved a good mystery which is why she has contributed to several mystery series. Unlike many authors, she does not have her own series though she has made a name for herself with her novels being highly regarded bestsellers. Her novels are usually meticulously researched with well-constructed plots and characters that keep one glued right from the start to the very end. She writes excellent and intriguing mysteries that keep one on pins and needles as she meticulously weaves a mystery before an explosive resolution.

Elizabeth Adams’s debut novel “A Book by Its Cover” is the sixth title of the “Secrets of Mary’s Bookshop” series. At the opening of the novel, Mary who was working late at her bookshop is disturbed by a shadowy figure outside that leaves a set of books on the doorstep. The books come with beautiful covers that were designed by the same person. Every book has a letter written to a man named Jacob. Upon closer investigation, she learns that the author of the letters was none other than her mother and that the letters may have been a love-stricken young woman’s sweet ode to their lover. But the last letter makes reference to something she had been involved in. Teaming up with her sister Betty, the two intend to resolve the mystery including who left the novels and how they got hold of their mother’s letters. The story has plenty of turns and twists alongside plenty of wonderful small-town characters. However, the best thing was the mystery that provides a good mental challenge for the two sisters that have never done any sleuthing.

Elizabeth Adams’s “A Season of Secrets” is a thrilling mystery set during the Christmas holidays. Cheryl Cooper is getting the “Swiss Miss,” her quaint shop in Sugar Creek Ohio ready for the holiday cheer. The shop had belonged to her aunt that had recently left if to her. She is looking forward to the festivities, which are sure to bring in a lot of shoppers and a lot of income for the shop. But the highlight is not the Christmas shopping but rather the mystery of a young man named Mark Troyer that had three years ago gone missing while undergoing a rite of passage. Some in the community believed that he had run away as they thought he never wanted to undergo the rites that would make him fully Amish. But behind the Honey Bee eatery had been found a bloody shirt with his named sown inside it. It is from this discovery that people become anxious about Mark’s safety. Lydia Troyer who is an employee at the Swiss Miss Shop had been good friends with Mark and does not believe he would leave town without informing his family. She believes something bad may have happened to him and decides to investigate with the help of Cheryl Cooper.

“When There’s a Will” by Elizabeth Adams opens to Cheryl going to the Miller farm to visit her friend Naomi. At the farm, she learns that Seth’s uncle Silas just died and everyone is upset particularly Levi. His uncle had promised to sell him a piece of his land that he had been saving for. But then the will is read and he is relieved when he is told that the land he intended to buy had been gifted to him. But there is one complication, the title has gone missing and without the deed, the house and land are likely to be seized by the state and sold. One shady developer seems very interested in the land and it is rumored that he intends to build a prison on it. He seems to have much more knowledge of the land than most people should and they begin suspecting that he may have something to do with the missing deed. Can Seth track down the title and his inheritance before the state grows impatient and seizes it all?

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