By Wanda E. Brunstetter
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The dog could have been spooked by one of the horses on the other side of the barn. She was probably worried for nothing. Holding the flashlight with one hand and grasping the handle of the door with the other, Martha stepped into the barn. Clunk! Splat! Something cool and wet hit the top of her head. The sticky liquid dripped down her face and oozed onto her neck. Martha aimed the flashlight at the front of her robe and groaned. She was covered in white paint! She flashed a beam of light upward and gasped.
Luke wished he felt free to stop by the Hostettlers’ to see Martha, but he knew if Roman saw him talking to her, he wouldn’t like it. Luke and Roman would probably end up having words. He thought too highly of Martha to cause trouble between her and her dad. Luke figured it was best if he stayed away from the Hostettler place. Besides, there were other things he needed to do today. Martha stood in front of the counter in Irene Schrock’s kitchen, rolling out dough for the pies they would serve when a busload of tourists came for supper the following evening.
It couldn’t have been Luke. I don’t want it to be him, but I need to know for sure he didn’t egg our house or leave the scarecrow on our porch with the threatening note. She stared at the notebook in her hand and read the list of suspects: Luke—upset with Dad for firing him. Gary Walker—said he would get even with Grace for breaking up with him. Steven Bates—stopped doing business with Dad and said Dad would be sorry for ruining the cabinets that fell off the wagon and broke. Bill Collins, the land developer who wanted to buy our land—left the area some time ago but could have hired someone to cause trouble.
A Sister's Hope by Wanda E. Brunstetter