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Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
Series: Psalm 23 Mysteries
Cindys church is getting ready to celebrate Easter, and Jeremiahs Temple is preparing for Passover when Cindy literally stumbles over the body of an unknown man lying dead in the sanctuary. The church was locked, and a bloody cross necklace on the floor seems to be the only clue. The killer is likely a member of the congregation, but there are hints that similar deaths have happened in the past. Are Cindy and Jeremiah dealing with a serial killer? They have to unravel the clues before Easter Sunday arrives and more people die.
Cindy and Jeremiah come from two different worlds, even though they work right next door to each other. Cindy is a strong Christian who lives a normal but somewhat dull life, working as a church secretary. Jeremiah is a Reformed rabbi with a mysterious past full of danger and excitement. But one eventful Easter/Passover week, the two find themselves working together to solve a murder and stop a serial killer from striking again. Solving the mystery should put an end to their alliance, but the church secretary and the rabbi quickly find themselves enmeshed in another mystery. Soon the two form a friendly alliance and friendship, exploring personal history and faith and growing closer with each passing adventure. Despite their differences Cindy and Jeremiah find a lot of common ground.
JanieMichiganAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5A Fun book to readDecember 7, 2012JanieMichiganAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This was a very enjoyable read. I have read now all three in this series. I hope there is at least another one.
Fun dialog - not tremendously deep but it does keep one's interest.
You will not be disappointed in this book, but you will want to read the others in the series. You will be hooked.
didiAge: 35-44Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5November 20, 2012didiAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 1how did this book get to be in the christian genre? was it because of the title?
the lord is my shephard is nice story but with no christian background. i mean how can pastors of a church not know the meaning or how to explain to others the story of easter and the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.
giving this book 3 out of 5. 3 because it is generic nice story but not inspiring or encouraging
Ronna LMarylandAge: Over 65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Great mystery and characters!September 11, 2012Ronna LMarylandAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4Spring is here, bringing on Easter Week and Passover.Â Â Cindy's church and Jeremiah's synagogue are next door to each other.Â Â This is convenient because both congregations can use the other's parking lot for overflow parking during services.Â Â But when Cindy's screams in the church are heard by Jeremiah in the parking lot, a new alliance is formed.
There's a body in the church and fear and death draw people together.Â Â While the police, led by Mark, try to figure who this dead stranger is, Cindy and Jeremiah, who Mark dubs 'The Good Samaritan', find themselves as detectives too because someone seems to be targeting Cindy also.Â Â Cindy can't leave things alone because her fears are driving her innate curiosity to find solutions.Â Â Jeremiah's mysterious past and his drive to protect Cindy get him involved more than some in his congregation appreciate.
This fun mystery also captures the mind and motives of a vicious serial murderer, but the story is filled more with hope and religious understanding than with morbid descriptions. The uniting for good and helpful interactions make this an unusual but fantastic book for all mystery lovers .
Thankfully, there are two more books in this series, because I'm left wanting more from these characters .Â Â I also want to learn more of their pasts, only hinted at in this first book. And lastly, I really like how the respectful interactions are blooming between these two religions.Â Â But mostly, the mystery was fast passed and terrific all by it's self !
Jeannie DonaldsonStatesboro, GAAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5A Wonderful Mystery - better than I expected!June 18, 2012Jeannie DonaldsonStatesboro, GAAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is the first "Christian Fiction Mystery" that I have read. It was exciting, right from the start! I really like the characters and look forward to getting to know them better in the following books. This does not have the guts and gore of popular secular mysteries, but it's not for the faint-hearted, either! The suspense continues building, and I never had any idea who the killer was until the very end. I do not recommend this for teens, but if you love a mystery, you will love THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD. Her grammar could use improvement!
Army MomAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5May 30, 2012Army MomAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5I had not read this author before, but am I glad I took the chance! This book was a -don't bother me unless someone is dying or the house is burning down- kinda read. It was full of suspense and mystery as well as a budding friendship between a Rabbi and a Lutheran church secretary.
I loved it. I have recommended it to several people who also thought it was wonderful!