P. L. Gaus has done it again. Who ever thought there could be so much intrigue in an Amish Community, especially when it comes to bringing to light the substantial differences of opinion that can tear a community apart. In this case it's a difference of whether or not the "science" of the English can help an Amish community overcome and understand the varying degrees of genetic disorders in their family group and if the difference between the English and the Amish possibly led to murder.
I was intrigued with the first story P. L. Gaus story I read, and totally captivated with this story. Once again, I was given more insight into a totally different world and viewpoint. Mr. Gaus, keep up the great work and I look forward to visiting the Amish Community once again in future books.
Enos Erb, an Amish man, claims that his brother,-benny,-a dwarf like himself- has been murdered. Upon investigation, links to a controversial genetics study examining the effects of inbreeding within the Amish community are uncovered-a study in which both Enos and benny had participated.