Plain Murder was an enjoyable read that really kept my attention throughout the book. I really enjoyed Miller's world and characters, and Rachel was an especially intriguing character because she was torn between two worlds. I really liked how Miller showed Rachel's conflict as she desperately tried to help her uncle whose Amish ways made it hard to prove his innocence. The secondary characters in the book proved to be just as compelling, and Miller created a town that the reader would love to visit. Overall Plain Murder was an enjoyable read, and I look forward to reading more by this author.