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.