O little town of Sugarcreek
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New York : Guideposts, [2015].
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255 pages ; 22 cm
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Includes fun fact and recipe.
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"Christmas time has come to Sugarcreek but the sleepy Ohio town is anything but calm. Cheryl Cooper expected a quiet holiday season filled with new friends and new traditions. Instead, Lance Martin, her ex-fiancé, shows up and proposes again. Then, one of her aunt's heirlooms turns up missing followed by the disappearance of the engagement ring Lance intended for her. When the Millers' estranged daughter Sarah leaves her Englisch husband and returns home, Cheryl finds herself wondering what more could happen to spoil her Christmas cheer? A lot, evidently. The town is turned upside down as it discovers there's a thief in their midst. But when fingers are pointed at Levi Miller, Cheryl doesn't want to believe her friend might be guilty. Can she find the real criminal in time to bring back the joy of her first Christmas in Sugarcreek?"--Page 4 of cover.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Lillard, A. (2015). O little town of Sugarcreek. New York: Guideposts.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Lillard, Amy. 2015. O Little Town of Sugarcreek. New York: Guideposts.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Lillard, Amy, O Little Town of Sugarcreek. New York: Guideposts, 2015.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Lillard, Amy. O Little Town of Sugarcreek. New York: Guideposts, 2015. Print.

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