Here's a snippet from Douglas Quinn's review of 'Corruption's Child':
'Corruption's Child' is the third in the Sticks Hetrick mystery series.
“In Corruption’s Child a girl is found dead, antiques are being stolen from Amish homes, during which an elderly Amish man is attacked and later dies, money is missing from the police department’s evidence room, an illegal rave is raided at an abandoned building and a misguided Amish girl becomes mixed up in the unfamiliar world of the ‘English.’ Are these isolated events or are they, in some unfathomable way, interconnected? The author deftly leads both his interesting ensemble of characters and the reader through an intricate maze of mystery and suspense to the exciting conclusion.”—reviewed by Douglas Quinn at
There’s also a flattering interview at the same site.