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This is truly a lovely series that gives you a true sense of the Amish way of life. Community Reviews. Select Settings from the menu that appears. But when the real guilty party is revealed I was completely shocked and surprised. The setting is beautiful. These are people a reader can easily relate to and care about. This would really only be an issue for the elderly or those who have mobility limitations.
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When I compare the times of Upper vs Lower they both seem almost the same. Sometimes even the Upper Canyon tours are longer:. I just felt like I got more time enjoying the canyon in lower. Do them both! We booked the upper, and walked on the lower. Upper is easy walking, lower is not. If you are obese or unsteady, I would think twice about doing lower. Unless you are a real psycho, claustrophobia is not a factor.
We were in awe of the upper, but decided we liked the lower a little more. We went in December, so crowds were less, but we had to dress a little warmer. I think they just say that because they know that people tend to run late. I have Hush Puppy shoes which have slight tread but not as thick as some of the athletic sneakers. Will they be good enough? I also have hiking boots but of course are heavier and more bulky.
Which should I wear? We did Lower a couple years ago and were so lucky to get some light beams. Even our guides were saying they rarely see them. Also our guide helped us with camera settings and took photos for everyone in our group. Too many other beautiful slots in the area without the crowds. Thank you for the helpful information. I really enjoyed reading and looking at your fabulous pictures!
Do you mind sharing where you got it? Thanks for your report and pictures. You mentioned about horse bend near by. Can you share the location? Are you talking about this one?
We are planning a trip in May Thanks, Catherine. How many stairs are there in the Lower Antelope Canyon to climb? Is the path in the canyon easy or rough to walk on? Would this be okay for adults that are out of shape? Going next month, what is the best time of the day to visit? My family is planning a trip to Antelope Canyon next month and I read your blog review of both Upper and Lower.
Wondering if you could weigh in on another question. Would you say that one had slightly more room vs the other? I think in your post you mention feeling that Lower was wider and less crowded which might be nice is you are feeling claustrophobic.
Which do you think would be better factoring in space and crowds? We would be going in May and I see times available at for upper and for lower. I found lower to be less claustrophobic. I think both could be bad for anyone who has serious issues with enclosed spaces. Thanks for the valuable information. Your article not only provided the answer but many other valuable pieces of information. That is much appreciated. I have done both and much preferred Lower Antelope Canyon.
I did get some light beams doing the lower. The tour had a much more personal feel and the one way direction gave more opportunity to get pics without people in view this was not a photographic tour, per se. Just wanted to thank you for a great read! I am headed to Antelope Canyon tomorrow and this answered every question I had!
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Pin me! Slightly less crowded Got my solo shot Being real, both canyons are incredibly popular and quite crowded. Upper Antelope Amazing colors Upper Antelope Canyon is located a few miles away on the opposite side of the road.
Did you do a photography tour? I would love to check out different slot canyons for a less crowded vibe. So basically both canyons are same expensive. Looks like they raised their prices.
Thanks for letting me know! Midday to get the light beams. I enjoyed reading this second book set in Harvest Ohio, now you might want to pick up the first book, Assaulted Caramel, but the author brings you up to date. Our candy maker, a daughter of a man who left the Amish faith, came to visit her Grandparents, and ends up staying to help her Grandmother run their candy store. Now our Bailey does have a back ground as a head chocolatier in New York, so she is hoping to do well in annual Amish Confectionery Competition.
This book ends up having I enjoyed reading this second book set in Harvest Ohio, now you might want to pick up the first book, Assaulted Caramel, but the author brings you up to date.
This book ends up having a dead Amish woman, a missing pot belly pig, and finding new relatives. We keep on our toes and of course Bailey is again involved in finding another body. I received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher Kensington, and was not required to give a positive review.
Mar 07, Amy rated it it was amazing. A fantastic read!! Mystery, Amish, Candy, and Romance--everything I could want in a cozy Could barely put it down; work was very inconvenient yesterday! Jan 31, Laura M rated it really liked it. We find ourselves back in Harvest, Ohio, with Bailey King who is helping her Amish grandmother in her grandparent's sweet shop.
She has entered an Amish candy-making competition, much to the annoyance of Josephine Weaver, an Amish candy-maker from a nearby town. When a body is found, dead in a gruesome fashion, Bailey feels the need to once again find the killer. Amanda Flower is one of my favorite authors. I loved the first book in this series. I felt like this one dropped off a bit, though it was still enjoy able. The writing is excellent, and I enjoyed the humor mixed in the mystery. The third offering, Premeditated Peppermint, will be out in September , and I will definitely be reading it to find if the writing is closer to the first book or the second.
Regardless, I look forward to reading more about Bailey and the gang. Mar 22, Ann rated it really liked it. This is book 2 in the Amish Candy Shop Mystery series and as indicated it is a good cozy murder set in the Ohio Amish community. Bailey returns to her hometown to run the family's candy business. Her grandfather instilled in her a love of candy and she left New York City and a prestigious job to keep his dream alive.
When a fellow candy maker is murdered during a spring fair competition there are plenty of suspects including Bailey. A wonderful insight to Amish ways of living and cooking. Recipe This is book 2 in the Amish Candy Shop Mystery series and as indicated it is a good cozy murder set in the Ohio Amish community. Recipes are in the back of the book. I did read book 1, but had no problems with this as a stand alone book.
I received a free ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review. Mar 27, Kav rated it it was amazing. Amanda Flower is my go-to cozy mystery author and I am loving this new series with it's clever and catchy titles!
And my hero Jethro is back -- the charming troublemaker who just happens to be a polka-dotted pot-belly pig with plenty of attitude!
In fact, as the story begins we discover that Jethro is on the ham Harvest may be a small Amish town but it is no stranger to murder just as Bailey is no stranger to being a suspect! Her natur Amanda Flower is my go-to cozy mystery author and I am loving this new series with it's clever and catchy titles! Her naturally inquisitive mind and kind-hearted desire to help lead her on another crime solving spree.
Love the quirky humour and unconventional characters! And the Amish connection makes me just plain happy. I adore Bailey's Amish grandmother who is the source of steadfast calm in the midst of chaos. That is no different in the Amish world or the Englisch world. It is the free will that Gott gave us. It is not only a choice, but a responsibility to choose. And one of those choices might involve a certain sheriff's deputy who tries to keep Bailey out of trouble long enough to solve the murder before she does!
It's a lost cause though, because she doesn't know how to butt out and even though Aiden finds that exasperating, he can't help but appreciate her spunky doggedness. A sweet stirring of romance with the promise of more to come in future books has me wearing my Cheshire grin. And though this is book two in the Amish Candy Shop Mystery series, it can easily be read as a standalone. Though, I highly recommend Assaulted Caramel too just because why wouldn't you want twice as much of this quirky goodness?
Feb 01, Fred rated it it was amazing. The Amish Confectionery Competition has come to the quaint little community of Harvest and Swissmen Sweets is one the fifteen shops that will be making their most tasty candies, to be able to say they are the Best of the Best.
Some of the contestants are not happy that Bailey, not being Amish, is allowed to participate in the competition, but the judges have ruled that she will be permitted to participate, a Lethal Licorice is the second book in the An Amish Candy Shop Mystery series.
As Bailey and Emily, her assistant, are busy getting the ingredients ready for their Swissmen Sweets Black Licorice Josephine Weaver, a contestant has a heated conversation with Bailey about her being allowed to be in the competition. Bailey knows that Jethro spends a good deal of time at the church across the square from the contest, she heads there to look for Jethro. Bailey then follows the girl and sees the lifeless body of Josephine Weaver.
The next shock she gets is that the young girl is Charlotte Weaver the niece of Josephine. Josephine was highly allergic to licorice and it was pretty much common knowledge in the community of her allergy. The more Bailey investigates the more suspects she is coming up with. Josephine hardly ever had anything nice to say about anyone or anything. Not in taking with the Amish way she thinks. An extremely interesting and touching subplot to the story involves Charlotte Weaver. Charlotte is at the age where she will be choosing to join the church or to leave the Amish life and probably be shunned by the church and her family.
Charlotte feels that she can praise God with her music and is torn as which way to turn. She also provides an interesting look at life in an Amish community. A delicious sounding recipe is also included. I will definitely be watching for the next book in this wonderful series. Jan 25, Kristina rated it it was amazing Shelves: cozy-mysteries , , netgalley. All items made for the competition can only be done the Amish way—no electrical appliances.
Bailey goes into the church to search where Charlotte Weaver, a cousin, is playing the organ which sounds a little off. Charlotte opens door to pipe area to see what could be the problem and screams. Bailey peers inside to see a dead Josephine Weaver.
It is discovered that Josephine died from an allergic reaction to anise, and she had a piece of Swissmen Sweets licorice on her. Bailey must work in her sleuthing in between the rounds of the competition, looking for Jethro he is still missing , manning the candy shop and offering Charlotte guidance on her future. Will Swissmen Sweets win the competition? Who killed Josephine Weaver? Follow Bailey on her latest adventure in Lethal Licorice.
Lethal Licorice is written in a conversational writing style with a good pace which makes the story easy to read. I was drawn into Lethal Licorice immediately. Lethal Licorice can be enjoyed without having read Assaulted Caramel. There are a variety of characters in this series which I appreciate.
The characters are well-developed and relatable. Jethro, the polka dotted pig, is a fun addition along with his owner, Juliet Brody she is the quirky character in the story. I like the chemistry and interactions between Bailey and Aiden Brody. There is just the right touch of humor in the story. It is balanced with the seriousness of the murder and the intensity of the competition.
There are some good clues to aid in identifying the evildoer. Bailey, though, needs to work on her questioning technique shape her questions differently and be subtler. She is too blunt which is off-putting. It turns off people because they feel like they are being accused of wrong doing. There are tantalizing candy descriptions that will have you running out to purchase your favorite sweet treat it had me craving my homemade peanut brittle.
There was one scene that left me cringing. There was a cat in the candy kitchen at Swissmen Sweets. I hope the health inspector does not find out about it. It was interesting to discover how various candies are made without the aid of modern technology. Lethal Licorice is a feel-good cozy mystery. It was pleasurable to read and when I finished reading it, I had a smile on my face.
Lethal Licorice is a cute and entertaining cozy mystery that will have you eager to read for Premeditated Peppermint which will be out in September Feb 26, Taryn rated it it was amazing.
In this second book of the series Bailey is settling into the town of Harvest, Ohio and helping her grandmother run Swissmen Sweets. The annual Amish Confectionery Competition is coming up and Bailey has been allowed to compete in her grandfather's place.
Things are looking good until Jethro, a pot-bellied pig goes missing and his owner asks Bailey for help in finding him. During the search for Jethro the body of a local Amish woman is found in the church organ, said woman didn't think that it w In this second book of the series Bailey is settling into the town of Harvest, Ohio and helping her grandmother run Swissmen Sweets.
During the search for Jethro the body of a local Amish woman is found in the church organ, said woman didn't think that it was right that Bailey compete because she isn't Amish. Bailey must keep her head in the game, she really wants to make her grandmother proud but she also wants to make sure she doesn't become the lead suspect.
Along the way she learns that she has cousins on her grandmothers side, it's not easy to find a pig, and that she might just have feelings for a certain deputy. This is truly a lovely series that gives you a true sense of the Amish way of life. The characters are easy to get to know and like which makes for a great read. I laughed, cried, and followed the clues to figure out whodunit. The recipes at the end were an added bonus, especially if you love chocolate!!! I received an ARC of this book, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Mar 05, Mayda rated it it was amazing Shelves: amish , mystery , cozy. Bailey is English but her ancestry is Amish. Though allowed to use electricity and machinery in the shop, an Amish candy-making contest forbids it. Bailey can adjust to that rule, but some other contestants think it is unfair that that an Englisher is allowed to compete in an Amish competition. B Bailey is English but her ancestry is Amish. Bailey thinks that dispute is the biggest problem she faces at the moment, and it is, until she stumbles across a dead body.
Much happens in this delightful cozy, including a budding romance with the handsome deputy. Though this is only the second book in the series, these characters already feel like old friends, thanks to the writing talent of the author Amanda Flower. Mar 14, Laura rated it really liked it Shelves: books , cozy-mysteries , net-galley.
Bailey King is settling into her new life working at Swissmen Sweets, the candy shop owned by her recently widowed grandmother. She is honoring her grandfather's memory by participating in the annual Amish Confectionery Competition. But an Amish candy maker wants Bailey disqualified because she is an Englischer.
And then a woman is found dead from an allergy to an ingredient in the licorice Bailey is making. Bailey is only one of the suspects, and it's up to her to find out who really Bailey King is settling into her new life working at Swissmen Sweets, the candy shop owned by her recently widowed grandmother. Bailey is only one of the suspects, and it's up to her to find out who really killed Josephine Weaver. If there is one thing you can always say about an Amanda Flower book is that it has heart.
Each book I've read of hers has a story that is perfectly told and draws me in from the first few words. Lethal Licorice is no different. I've loved watching Bailey grow in her new life at Swissmen Sweets.
I cheer for her as she solves crimes and strengthens relationships, and grieves for her recently deceased grandfather. This book has it all, great characters, a perfectly drawn mystery and a pot-bellied pig that will charm your socks off.
This book is a keeper, as this series will be one I reread when I'm looking for comfort. I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. Mar 03, Patty rated it it was amazing. I really love this series, and am looking forward to the next book in the series. Bailey King plans on entering the annual Amish Confectionery Competition, taking over for her grandfather, who has passed away. Some people are unhappy because Bailey is not Amish, but has been approved to compete.
When the most outspoken person is found dead, Bailey because a suspect. I love the quirky people and situations in this book. I found this book to be a quick read, with a well developed plot and characters. I received this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. Feb 01, Betty rated it it was amazing Shelves: arc , cozy , e-books , crafts. In the second book of this very good chocolate series, Bailey King is participating in the Amish Confectionery Competition in Harvest, Ohio to honor her deceased Grandfather.
Josephine Weaver, another entrant contested her questions her right to complete as Bailey is not Amish. Bailey is looking for Jerthro, a missing pot-billed pig to Juliet Brody, a close for when she finds Josephine dead in the church organ. Josephine has died from a severe allergy to anise, an ingredient in licorice. Bailey In the second book of this very good chocolate series, Bailey King is participating in the Amish Confectionery Competition in Harvest, Ohio to honor her deceased Grandfather.
Bailey is a person of interest in the death of her competitor. She becomes involved with the mystery to clear her name. I highly recommend this book and series.
Disclosure: Many thanks to Kensington Books for my copy for review. Th e opinions expressed are my own. Mar 15, Sue Em rated it really liked it Shelves: kindle , netgalley. Lethal Licorice is the second book in the Amish Candy series and it's just as good as the first. During the contest one of the competitors is found dead, Bailey encounters Amish traditions and some hostility as she searches for answers.
Well-done mystery with engaging characters one that you won't want to put down. Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Feb 18, Kelly rated it really liked it. The setting is beautiful. I love the contrast of the Amish views and Bailey's modern views. I also enjoyed how this naturally caused some conflict throughout the story. The ending wasn't my favorite, but I really enjoyed the rest of the book.
Sep 25, Hestia Athena rated it liked it. Gonna try to catch up on reviews here, if I can. The setting for this story is in Ohio Amish area, and is pretty well described. You got the feel of the contest and the square in this Gonna try to catch up on reviews here, if I can. You got the feel of the contest and the square in this one. Like in the first story Assaulted Caramel , Amanda does a bang up job on living the characters.
Although, I have to admit, my favorite character is Jethro, the pig. One clue gave it away. The dialogue was very quick, even with the occasional Amish word thrown in. The fast and slow of the story. The plot was intriguing, and the subplots did not take away from the story, they all worked with it. Kudos on that. Now I get it!
It could be an author fluke, it could be I flat out missed something important. But because of this, I can only give it 3 stars. The theme of a candy shop was enough to entice me to open the book, but it was the clever mystery supported by an engaging first-person narrative, delightful banter, realistic characters, and an interesting look into Amish culture and traditions that kept me turning the page. This is the second book in the series, but revisiting the background and character connections was enough to keep newbies like me engaged.
Englischer and chocolatier Bailey King left New York to help her grandparents with their candy shop, Swissmen Sweets, but her grandfather has passed away so in his honor she's entering the annual Amish Confectionery Competition. Her efforts are fraught with attempts to disqualify her participation, a missing pot-bellied pig, and a fatality.
Suspicions fall on a few with motive including Bailey herself, and even though there's a bit of romantic interest with the local deputy, she has a personal incentive to take on the investigate herself. I highly recommend the book. My review is voluntary with honest insights and comments" Sep 12, Caitlin Copp rated it it was amazing Shelves: september Bailey King has decided to stay in Harvest, Ohio to help her grandmother run her candy shop after the death of her grandfather. Josephine Weaver, one of her competitors, an Amish candy maker from a neighboring town is hell bent on getting her disqualified because she is not Amish.
The judges allow Bailey to stay in the competition and she is overjoyed until she finds J Bailey King has decided to stay in Harvest, Ohio to help her grandmother run her candy shop after the death of her grandfather. The judges allow Bailey to stay in the competition and she is overjoyed until she finds Josephine dead of an allergic reaction to licorice. That mixed with a missing pot-belied pig has Bailey running around making candy and looking for a murderer.
I really enjoy Amanda Flower's books, especially the Amish ones. This was another good one and I am looking forward to future ones. Jun 16, Donna rated it liked it Shelves: mystery-thriller , series-finished-reading. Bailey King tries to win an Amish candy competition, find a missing pot-bellied pig, and, in her spare time, solve a murder.
I picked this book because it was a cozy, about the Amish, about candy, and included a pot-bellied pig. And it was cute. There was a decent amount of suspense, though more about the candy competition than the murder, and finding the pig was stretched to the end I called that one in the first chapter and told my mom "They'll find the pig in the next to last chap Bailey King tries to win an Amish candy competition, find a missing pot-bellied pig, and, in her spare time, solve a murder.
There was a decent amount of suspense, though more about the candy competition than the murder, and finding the pig was stretched to the end I called that one in the first chapter and told my mom "They'll find the pig in the next to last chapter". The mystery wasn't strong enough to make this a good mystery novel. I read this with my 87 year old mom who said "I wouldn't mind reading another" so we probably will at some point. Apr 23, Heather rated it it was amazing Shelves: cozy-mystery.
All of the characters are well described and faceted. The main character, Bailey King, is especially enjoyable because even though she has plenty of street smarts from when she was a chocolatier in New York City, she does not look down on people who haven't lived the city life.
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Mask an Image "Masking" an image simply means fitting an image into a specific shape. Add borders to an Image You can add colored borders to any image in a document or presentation, even after you've cropped or masked it.
Desktop On a desktop computer, the only prerequisite to viewing and editing files offline is that you need to be using a Chrome web browser. Then, simply check the box in the "Offline" section, like I did below: Need more help? Android You can enable offline access to specific files on your Apple devices. Touch and hold the name of a file for seconds. Then, in the box that appears, touch the offline icon.
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