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Lie Down in Green Pastures: The Psalm 23 Mysteries #3 [Kindle Edition]

Debbie Viguie
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Even though they work right next door to each other, Cindy and Jeremiah come from two different worlds. Cindy is a church secretary; Jeremiah is a Reformed rabbi with a mysterious past full of danger and excitement. Together they have faced down a serial killer at Easter and a murderer of homeless people.The two unlikely companions continue to forge a strong friendship as they explore personal history and faith with each passing adventure.This third volume in the Psalm 23 Mysteries series finds Jeremiah and Cindy matching wits with an unscrupulous land developer. In a fast-paced story set around St. Patrick's Day, murder invades an idyllic landscape, challenging them to save hundreds of teens even as they try to discover the source of their unexpected danger.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1849 KB
  • Print Length: 274 pages
  • Publisher: Abingdon Press (1 Sept. 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004LRP5NK
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #337,980 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars crime with a difference 14 May 2011
By Maria
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This is one of a series of novels but it is not difficult to read out of order as the characters are well described & the story would stand alone. It involves a Rabbi, a Christian secretary, police , land owners & murder. There were several surprises along the road , including young people being shown to have a great deal of common sense which is not how they are often described & adults being prepared to take the lead in a challenging situation. There were a good few red herrings & the ending very surprising. The religion did not interfere with the story but more set the scene , & I will read more from this author.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Rollercoaster Ride 5 May 2011
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Firstly, I should warn you that this kindle edition does contain typos with words running into each other, likethis. Secondly, this is what is classed as Christian fiction, but don't worry, it isn't something that tries to ram religion down your throat, although there is a discussion notes section at the back.

Apparently this is the third novel in the 'Psalm 23 Mysteries' series, and so I have been reliably informed by someone from the States, most people think this is the best. The story revolves around Cindy, a church secretary, and Jeremiah, a Rabbi from a neighbouring Synagogue. When Jeremiah is involved in a car crash one morning he claims that he believed the other driver to already be dead when the cars collided. An autopsy bears this out, showing that the other driver had been poisoned. What looks like another accident also turns out to be the same, and the bodies start mounting up. With Cindy having her own ideas of what is happening she makes her own investigations, keeping the police sort of in the loop. At the same time Jeremiah has to help out at a inter-faith weekend camp. What everyone is starting to question though, is who wants the land that the camp is on, Green Pastures, so badly that they will kill for it?

With Cindy in trouble herself, and Jeremiah stranded at the camp with a group of teens due to heavy rain, things are working towards a showdown. When it becomes apparent that the kids are in great danger, Jeremiah has to put into action all his skills from his previous life to keep them alive.

With red herrings, a mystery, action and adventure there is more than enough to keep even the most jaded reader interested. If you like something fast and furious, then read this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars a good read 4 Jun. 2012
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I got this book as a freebie, or I wouldn't have bothered, because of the religious title, but the religious parts are short and integrated so well you hardly notice them. The main irritation is the poor proof-reading, and the words run into each other in many places.
The story seems to be a continuation of a series, but stands alone fairly well -although I did wonder about this in the beginning -it reads like the continuation of a story rather than the beginning. It is centred around a synagogue and a gentile church that are next door to each other and there is a lot of interaction between both staff and parishioners.
The plot is based around a campsite used by all churches, and a retreat being held there. There is also a 'war' raging as the site is wanted by more than one buyer and people who oppose the sale start dropping like flies.
The investigation and further dangers involving the gentile church secretary and the Rabbi, are central to the story and when the latter is trapped by flooding, with a group of youngsters at the camp, and the group are being pursued by (to them) unkown villains, the former sets about finding out who is behind the evil and then rescuing the rabbi and his charges.
The story ends with a cliff-hanger and I found this particularly annoying as there is no follow-up book in the series that I can find.
That (and typos) apart, I enjoyed the fast-paced book very much and it was hard to guess the end with so many red herrings.
I hope we find the answer to the riddle at the end before too much longer - or before I forget what happened in this book (after all, I am an OAP!!).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wow 29 April 2012
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This is the third in the Psalm 23 Mysteries and what a book it is. I read it from start ot finsih barely taking a break. Yet again Cindy and Jeremiah find themselves surrounded by a veritable array of dead bodies. Cindy is still in Town but Jeremiah has gone to a camp with a group of kids from both the church and the synagogue. He tehn gets stranded with some of the kids, and without giving the game away the tension builds rapidly from here. I certainly didn't guess the end or who did it. There is a cliff hanger at the end which makes me want to read the next book immediately. Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be another book as yet. I for one are eagerly waiting for it to come out.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Lie Down In Green Pastures 2 Mar. 2011
By N. Wills - Published on
This was the first in this series that I have had the chance to read. I will definitely be going back to read the first two.

On his day off, Jeremiah decided to drive in to the Synagogue to do a little work. On his way there, he was rear-ended by another car. As the accident happened, Jeremiah caught a glimpse of the other driver in his rear view mirror. Was it his imagination or was the other driver already dead before the impact?

For once, Cindy is the one to come out and help Jeremiah. Against his wishes, she called in homicide detective Mark Walters to help get to the bottom of this.

This was a breathtaking story that really takes you along for a wild ride.

No matter your religious beliefs, this is a cozy mystery that will keep you completely engrossed.

I received a product in order to enable my review. No other compensation has been received. My statements are an honest account of my experience with the brand. The opinions stated here are mine alone.
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5.0 out of 5 stars What a great ride 18 April 2011
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Out of all of the books in this series, this is my favorite so far. Ms. Viguie manages to keep the reader engaged and excited to see what happens to Cindy and Jeremiah next. The book sets a good pace for the mystery and is a page turner. Cindy and Jeremiah's ability to find strength in themselves and each other through their faith moves the books along. I cannot wait to see what Ms. Viguie has in store of these protagonists next. What a great ride!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Interesting, but not as strong as prior books in the series 9 April 2012
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I enjoyed the first two books in the Psalm 23 series very much. While I DID enjoy this book (the 3rd in the series) it definitely had a different focus and tone than the first two books. The first two focused primarily on Cindy; in this one, the emphasis was more on Jeremiah. Also, in the first two books, the violence/murders escalated as time went on, whereas in this one, it seemed to go from 0-to-60 very quickly, and as a result was not as believable. In fact, the whole story seemed to have much more of an air of unreality than the others did.

On the plus side, the twist the plot took was very interesting, and I enjoyed getting to know Jeremiah more (though not quite enough - I still have WAY too many questions about him!). I would categorize this story as more 'suspense' than 'mystery' (the first 2 were definitely 'mysteries'). Readers of the series will see an obvious growth in Cindy as she starts to confront her personal demons, and also in Jeremiah, when he steps outside his comfort zone. Readers should be forewarned that this book ends with the cliffhanger par excellence! There had better be a 4th book in the offing....

Note on Kindle formatting: Only OK. The first 2 books were perfect, and I noted that fact when I reviewed them - this one was definitely a step backwards. There were multiple instances throughout the book of a space missing between two words. It wasn't enough to impair readability, but it was all the more obvious because the first two were of such good quality. Other than that missing space, which occurred maybe 1-2x a chapter, formatting was fine.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Intriguing, but open ended 22 Aug. 2012
By Alex S - Published on
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I have read all of the Rabbi Small books, so I expected this book to follow along the same lines. I expected a bookish Rabbi who would solve crimes using his intellect.

Instead, I found this Rabbi to be much more savvy in killing, camping, and military protocol. So when he finds himself seeking a way out of a dangerous situation with young kids, he is up to the task.

The problem I had with the book is that it is part of a series. It alludes to earlier murders and experiences, and it does not resolve some of the issues at the ending of the book. Instead, it ends with a cliff hanger.

It's a well told story, with likable characters.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Too many typos! 18 Mar. 2012
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Many times if a word ended in a double f, there was no space between that word and the next! Ex, offlightly, offif, stuffas. I found it very distracting. There were also many instances where there was no space after a period. I like the story and have read the other two leading up to this one, I just wish they had proofread better!
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