The Lord is My Shepherd (Psalm 23 Mysteries) Paperback – 1 Apr 2010
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About the Author
Debbie Viguie has been writing for most of her life and holds a degree in creative writing from U.C. Davis. Debbie loves theme parks and has worked at both Knott s Berry Farm and Disneyland in California. When Debbie is not busy writing she enjoys traveling with her husband Scott. Debbie grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and now lives in Hawaii.
Top Customer Reviews
This is the first book in the series and when Jeremiah hears screaming he rushes to find out what the problem is. He finds Cindy, in the church next door distraught at finding a dead body. As other bodies turn up though it is obvious that a serial killer is on the loose in the area, especially as there is evidence that he has appeared in other States throughout the US. With the serial killer setting tableaux depicting scenes from the Christian Easter tradition, will the police be able to find the killer? Cindy and Jeremiah decide to help, especially as the killer seems to have a certain person in mind as an audience, but can they find out more than the police?
Taking in what Easter means for Christians and Passover for Jews this isn't a book that crams religion down your throat, and is perfectly okay for anyone who likes crime/mysteries.
I found this to be an interesting plot; although there is a strong element of religion throughout the book, I felt that it did not detract from the actual story line. The main characters are well thought out and portayed in a sympathetic light; although I did felt that some of the lesser characters needed a bit more work. The pace is really good and I found it a very good read.
Although not my normal type of reading material, I did enjoy this one and can thoroughly recommend it. There are some fairly graphic descriptions of slightly bizarre murders, and these may not appeal to everyone and are definitely not suitable for children; I would suggest some parental guidance is appropriate.