Oh Little Town of Sugarcreek | Amy Lillard Marathon

Today I am reviewing Oh Little Town of Sugarcreek, a book in the Sugarcreek Amish Mysteries series by Amy Lillard.

Here is a brief synopsis:

Christmastime has come to Sugarcreek, but the sleepy Ohio town is anything but calm. Cheryl Cooper expected a quiet holiday season, filled with new friends and new traditions.

Instead, Lance Martin, her ex-fiance shows up and proposes again! Then, one of her aunt’s heirlooms turns up missing, followed by the disappearance of the engagement ring Lance intended for her.

When the Millers’ estranged daughter Sarah leaves her Englisch husband and returns home, Cheryl finds herself wondering what more could happen to spoil her Christmas cheer?

A lot, evidently. The town is turned upside down as it discovers there’s a thief in their midst.

But when fingers are pointed at Levi Miller, Cheryl doesn’t want to believe her friend might be guilty. Can she find the real criminal in time to bring back the joy of her first Christmas in Sugarcreek?



Even when it’s not Christmas time, I’m always in the mood for a great Christmas read — and O Little Town of Sugarcreek is a GREAT Christmas story!

Cheryl Cooper has her hands full — literally — when her ex-fiance shows up and proposes! Cheryl’s crazy cat has just knocked over a jewelry box full of antique heirloom jewels, and her engagement ring goes missing — just when her shop is full of customers!

Oh my!

Will Cheryl be able to find the missing jewels? Will she be able to resist Lance’s proposal?

Read the book. Just read it. I’m not giving anything else away… but if you enjoy mysteries — and lots of excitement — don’t miss this Sugarcreek Amish Mystery!

Amy Lillard writes wonderful Amish stories — and this one is full of unforgettable characters and non-stop action, from beginning to end. And the best part, is that Cheryl will be back in other stories.


Merry Christmas!


God bless you!

Review © 2016 DJ Mynatt


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3 thoughts on “Oh Little Town of Sugarcreek | Amy Lillard Marathon

  1. Gail Estes Hollingsworth December 26, 2016 at 10:48 am

    Donna, I’m with you! Christmas stories are great all year long. I find myself reading them in the heat of summer mostly. I have a large TBR and reviewed stack that lots of my Christmas books don’t get read until then.
    This one sounds like a winner!

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    • DJ Mynatt December 26, 2016 at 5:18 pm

      It’s really good… and it’s a hardbound book — and it’s a beautiful cover!


  2. Marilyn December 27, 2016 at 8:52 am

    This Christmas book is still on my pile to read this month. Wonder if I’ll have it read before the new year or not?

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