This week, I'm reading the third Amish Mystery by Laura Bradford, Shunned and Dangerous.
And here's how the book begins:
She tucked her hands into the front pockets of her cardigan sweater and smiled at the faint squeals and screams that punctuated the otherwise quiet countryside of Heavenly, Pennsylvania - sounds she knew would only intensify as night descended.
I've got to admit that page 56 is exposition, so it's hard to come up with a good quote from it, but here's what I came up with.
"For such big animals, they sure can be stealthy, can't they?"
"One or the other was escaping from Harley's field all the time."
I'm about a third of the way into the book and enjoying it. Should finish it up this weekend.