My latest release "Lancaster County Target" in the "Danger in Amish Country" collection.

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A KILLER IN AMISH COUNTRY

Down a deserted hospital corridor, nurse Abby Miller witnesses a patient's shocking murder. When the masked killer spots her, she's overpowered—and left for dead. Handsome doctor Blake Jamison vows to keep her safe while investigating the mysterious patient's death. But when he and Abby uncover a connection between the murder and the long-held secret of his adoption and possible Amish birth, the killer begins targeting them both. Amish-born Abby slowly learns to trust Blake with her life. But it may be too late to protect her heart from the high-society doctor who is sure to leave her behind.

Kit's new book "Lancaster County Target" will be available soon!

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photo-3Lots of blessings here. Brad and I have five kids aged 7-14! We had a fabulous family wedding in Virginia Beach back in June. These pictures were taken during the rehearsal dinner. More pictures to come from Echard Wheeler Photography.

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Urban Farmhouse

Great sandwich shop in Midlothian for organic, locally grown, fresh quick meals. Nice space to write and enjoy a cup of coffee.

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Chicken Pot Pie from Lancaster County Target

Ingredients

3-4 lbs chicken cooked and chopped

1 1/2 cups of peas, steamed (or 1 can drained)

1 1/2 cups of carrots, steamed (or 1 can drained)

1 or 2 sliced potatoes

1 onion sliced and slightly browned

salt and pepper to taste

1 cup of broth

1 can of mushrooms, drained (or fresh slightly sauted)

1 can of cream of mushroom soup

2 T. corn starch

1/2 cup butter

1 cup flour

1 cup buttermilk

 

I use two frozen pie crust.  After they thaw, I heat one for about 10 minutes. Then layer all the ingredients, chicken, peas, carrots, potatoes, and onion. Salt and pepper each layer. Heat broth, mushrooms, soup and cornstarch in a a pan and pour over layers. Mix butter, flour, and buttermilk. Heat and pour over pie. Then slice the other thawed pie crust into strips and weave over the top. Bake at 425 for 30 minutes or longer. It makes a lot ;-)

 

Enjoy.

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Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwich

Ingredients:

  • Wholegrain/Multigrain Bread
  • Banana
  • Sultana Raisins
  • Crunchy Peanut Butter
  • Local Unpasteurized Honey

Start with fresh multigrain bread, and slather one slice with crunchy peanut butter. Peel a well-ripened banana and cut it in half. Now, slice each half so you have 4 equal banana quarters to lay side-by-each on your peanut-buttered bread slice. Sprinkle some raisins on top of the bananas and then drizzle honey over the raisins. Put the lid on it and enjoy!

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Dear Readers,

Thank you for visiting. I hope you are enjoying the Willow Trace Amish Suspense series. I have had a lot of fun creating this story line. Currently, I’m working on the fourth book in the series, which will focus on Thomas Nolt, a minor character from Plain Secrets.

On a personal note, this is a big year for me. For starters, I’m moving and getting married, which means I am not traveling to any conferences or taking on any speaking engagements until after the summer.

I wish you all a wonderful year and happy reading. Please feel free to contact me through email or Twitter.

Yours, Kit

 

 

 

 

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