Whiskers of the Lion: An Amish-Country Mystery.pdf
P. L. Gaus’s widely praised Amish-Country Mysteries continue to probe the tension between the self-reliance of the Amish world and the urgencies of the English world” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review).
In Whiskers of the Lion, Sheriff Bruce Robertson is charged with finding a young Amish woman on the run from a murderous drug ring so she can testify in federal court. Wrestling with a recurring childhood nightmare of a deadly lion, the Holmes County sheriff finds himself torn between allegiance to the legal system he upholds and the beliefs of the people he is sworn to protect.
PRAISE FOR P.L. GAUS AND HIS AMISH-COUNTRY MYSTERIES
"Spellbinding." –Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review
"This is definitely a series worth reading." --Booklist
"Gaus is a sensitive storyteller who matches his cadences to the measured pace of Amish life, catching the tensions among the village's religious factions." – The New York Times Book Review
"Precise, detailed descriptions of Amish practices and full-bodied, unhurried, well-measured prose. A pleasure to read." --Library Journal
"Gaus captures the steady cadence of Amish life and offers a vivid depiction of both the world they live in and their particular vision of human experience." --Christian Science Monitor
"Gaus has done successfully what would seem nearly impossible: to meld a mystery novel with a description of Amish life in Holmes County without scanting either one." --Ohioana Quarterly
Paul Louis Gaus lives with his wife, Madonna, in Wooster, Ohio, just a few miles north of Holmes County, home to the world’s largest settlement of Amish and Mennonite people.