In Dark Company (Kate Burkholder #9.5)

In Dark Company (Kate Burkholder #9.5)

From the New York Times bestselling author of DOWN A DARK ROAD comes Linda Castillo's IN DARK COMPANY: a short story about an injured young woman with amnesia who seeks Chief of Police Kate Burkholder?s help to remember her identity?and her attacker. It?s the middle of the night in Painters Mill, and Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is called to a scene where a mysterious y From the New York Times bestselling author of DOWN A DARK ROAD comes Linda Castillo's IN DARK COMPANY: a short ...

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Title:In Dark Company (Kate Burkholder #9.5)
Author:Linda Castillo
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:125031416X
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:60 pages pages

In Dark Company (Kate Burkholder #9.5) Reviews

  • Anne OK
    Jun 07, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

  • Rachel
    Jun 06, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

  • Sharon
    Jul 08, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

  • Darcy
    Jun 02, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

  • Karen Patterson
    Jun 29, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

  • Nancy
    Jun 30, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

  • Ginger
    Jun 09, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

    Linda Does It Again Just a short story, but a good one. As usual. I can't wait for the new Kate Burkholder book. It's gonna be good. ...

    Great writing Another well written, exciting story by Linda Castillo. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good mystery. Looking forward to another of her books. ...

    So happy I found this on Amazon while looking for something else. I was able to get my Chief Kate Burkholder fix while waiting for the new book to come out in July. This is one of my favorite series. ...

  • Pam
    Jul 08, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

    Linda Does It Again Just a short story, but a good one. As usual. I can't wait for the new Kate Burkholder book. It's gonna be good. ...

    Great writing Another well written, exciting story by Linda Castillo. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good mystery. Looking forward to another of her books. ...

    So happy I found this on Amazon while looking for something else. I was able to get my Chief Kate Burkholder fix while waiting for the new book to come out in July. This is one of my favorite series. ...

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  • Katie Sunsdahl
    Jun 03, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

  • Linda
    May 30, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

    Linda Does It Again Just a short story, but a good one. As usual. I can't wait for the new Kate Burkholder book. It's gonna be good. ...

    Great writing Another well written, exciting story by Linda Castillo. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good mystery. Looking forward to another of her books. ...

    So happy I found this on Amazon while looking for something else. I was able to get my Chief Kate Burkholder fix while waiting for the new book to come out in July. This is one of my favorite series. ...

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  • patricia
    Jul 02, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

  • Shari
    Jun 27, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

    Linda Does It Again Just a short story, but a good one. As usual. I can't wait for the new Kate Burkholder book. It's gonna be good. ...

    Great writing Another well written, exciting story by Linda Castillo. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good mystery. Looking forward to another of her books. ...

    So happy I found this on Amazon while looking for something else. I was able to get my Chief Kate Burkholder fix while waiting for the new book to come out in July. This is one of my favorite series. ...

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  • wanderer
    Jun 26, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

  • Kelly
    Jun 18, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

    Linda Does It Again Just a short story, but a good one. As usual. I can't wait for the new Kate Burkholder book. It's gonna be good. ...

  • Anne
    Jul 14, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

    Linda Does It Again Just a short story, but a good one. As usual. I can't wait for the new Kate Burkholder book. It's gonna be good. ...

    Great writing Another well written, exciting story by Linda Castillo. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good mystery. Looking forward to another of her books. ...

    So happy I found this on Amazon while looking for something else. I was able to get my Chief Kate Burkholder fix while waiting for the new book to come out in July. This is one of my favorite series. ...

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  • Helen
    Jun 23, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

    Linda Does It Again Just a short story, but a good one. As usual. I can't wait for the new Kate Burkholder book. It's gonna be good. ...

    Great writing Another well written, exciting story by Linda Castillo. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good mystery. Looking forward to another of her books. ...

    So happy I found this on Amazon while looking for something else. I was able to get my Chief Kate Burkholder fix while waiting for the new book to come out in July. This is one of my favorite series. ...

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  • Anne
    Jun 23, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

  • Mindy
    Jun 26, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

  • Arlene Downey
    Jun 01, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

  • Sheila Melo
    Jun 23, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

  • Jk
    Jul 12, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

    Linda Does It Again Just a short story, but a good one. As usual. I can't wait for the new Kate Burkholder book. It's gonna be good. ...

    Great writing Another well written, exciting story by Linda Castillo. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good mystery. Looking forward to another of her books. ...

    So happy I found this on Amazon while looking for something else. I was able to get my Chief Kate Burkholder fix while waiting for the new book to come out in July. This is one of my favorite series. ...

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  • Diane
    Jun 23, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

  • Cynthia Flavin
    Jun 14, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

    Linda Does It Again Just a short story, but a good one. As usual. I can't wait for the new Kate Burkholder book. It's gonna be good. ...

    Great writing Another well written, exciting story by Linda Castillo. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good mystery. Looking forward to another of her books. ...

    So happy I found this on Amazon while looking for something else. I was able to get my Chief Kate Burkholder fix while waiting for the new book to come out in July. This is one of my favorite series. ...

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  • Heather
    Jun 17, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

    Linda Does It Again Just a short story, but a good one. As usual. I can't wait for the new Kate Burkholder book. It's gonna be good. ...

    Great writing Another well written, exciting story by Linda Castillo. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good mystery. Looking forward to another of her books. ...

    So happy I found this on Amazon while looking for something else. I was able to get my Chief Kate Burkholder fix while waiting for the new book to come out in July. This is one of my favorite series. ...

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  • janice hawkins
    Jun 05, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

  • Murrel Lowry
    Jun 23, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

  • Carol A Foss
    Jul 03, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

    Linda Does It Again Just a short story, but a good one. As usual. I can't wait for the new Kate Burkholder book. It's gonna be good. ...

    Great writing Another well written, exciting story by Linda Castillo. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good mystery. Looking forward to another of her books. ...

    So happy I found this on Amazon while looking for something else. I was able to get my Chief Kate Burkholder fix while waiting for the new book to come out in July. This is one of my favorite series. ...

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  • Marilyn Nienhuis
    Jun 20, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

    Linda Does It Again Just a short story, but a good one. As usual. I can't wait for the new Kate Burkholder book. It's gonna be good. ...

    Great writing Another well written, exciting story by Linda Castillo. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good mystery. Looking forward to another of her books. ...

    So happy I found this on Amazon while looking for something else. I was able to get my Chief Kate Burkholder fix while waiting for the new book to come out in July. This is one of my favorite series. ...

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  • Marie E.
    Jun 17, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...

    Every time I review a short story, it generally starts with how I don't like them. They are too short, cut off and never tell a whole story but this doesn't seem to be the case with Linda Castillo. Yes, they are still short but she tells a whole story and I appreciate that. I know you ...

    In Dark Company, a novella, draws you in from the start. A seamless hour or two taking you back to Painters Mill and the Amish community Police Chief Kate Burkholder has sworn to protect. A girl stumbles out of the dark with no memory of her name or where she came from. Her language...

    I was planning to go to bed early, but I started In Dark Company late in the evening and could not stop reading. It all begins when a young woman pounds on the door of and Amish farm house. Problem is she can't remember her name or much else, only she was running from someone trying to...

    In Dark Company Once again a quick read from author Linda Castillo. Very good story from the Amish community. Kate Burkholder has her hands full with a young woman whose memory has some blank spots and she struggles putting the pieces together. Once again an enjoyable read for me an...

    I love all of Linda Castillo Kate Burkholder books and while this short story is still entertaining, they just don't have the intricacies of her full books. However, after finishing this I found out she has one coming out this month so I will consider this a nice bridge to something lo...

    Short story. A girl is found who has lost her memory. Her clothing identifies her as belonging to a community several hours away. Kate takes her home and runs into one strange situation after another. Good story! ...

    Short story about Kate Burkholder and the Amish community. It was a good tale, though slightly predictable (I figured it out about 50-55% of the way in). ...

    A lovely short story to tide me over until the next Kate Burkholder novel is published. I learned a little bit about the Hutterites, another Anabaptist group who live in communities. ...

    Really enjoyed it. Looking forward to her new book next month ...

    This was a short story - love her Kate Burkholder books ...

    Took about an hour and I did not regret my time spent. Interesting variation from the whole Amish bonnet romance. ...

    Tho this was a short story it has the same quality writing as all Linda Castillo books. The storyline was great and the suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. ...

    Linda Does It Again Just a short story, but a good one. As usual. I can't wait for the new Kate Burkholder book. It's gonna be good. ...

    Great writing Another well written, exciting story by Linda Castillo. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good mystery. Looking forward to another of her books. ...

  • Brooklynsmom55
    May 31, 2018

    Very short novella (79 pages) -- just enough to whet your appetite for more of Kate Burkholder and her team, but especially John Tomasetti whose been cheated out of page time for awhile now. The blurb gives enough of a teaser to pay the $1.99 and see the whole show. I won't spoil a...

    FINAL DECISION: A little mystery that is centered in the characters. I always enjoy seeing Kate doing her work. Wish there was a little more Tomasetti. THE STORY: Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awoken with a call about a woman who has run out of the night fleeing a mysterious ma...

    This one was quick, but a lot happened in it. At first I thought for sure Jane was full of crap, but as things went on you realized she was telling the truth. It quickly became apparent who the real bad guy was. I was glad that he was caught and all of the good guys came through all ri...

    I am not short story's biggest fan. This one was great and the first of this author's work I have read. I showed me in no uncertain terms I want to read more. ...

    Quick read, great story. Love all the Kate Burkholder books. ...