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Book: The Loss of Innocence by Cindy Bolton

Book: The Loss of Innocence by Cindy Bolton

star rating  4 stars based on the 3 most helpful Amazon reviews
categories: Book, Crime Drama, FBI Most Wanted, Christian Fiction, Kidnapping, Murder, Faith in God, Love of God, Amish Fiction

Cindy Bolton

Author Cindy Boltonabout this book: If I told you this wasn't like any other Amish story you have read I would not be wrong. During this new take on the Amish you get to meet not only a victim but a hero all wrapped into one young Amish girl. You will see how the love of God brings the Amish and the outside community together to accomplish one goal. Returning a little girl lost. At the same time ridding one of FBI's most wanted off the streets.

After studying the Amish culture during a college anthropology class I fell in love with the people and their way of life. When I finished the first draft the title was "When Two Worlds Collide". After the completion of a second, third and fourth edit the title changed with the realization that after the traumatic events this young girl goes through the innocence she once had no longer existed.

• "Just could not put this book down started it and finished in one day. Very good book. Not your typical Amish read, loved how the characters were well written. I would definitely recommend." — coffeereadingmom2

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