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VINE VOICEon 17 August 2012
I have been enjoying the story and escapades of Cindy and Jeremiah since the first book The Lord is my Shepherd and have been eagerly waiting for the 4th book to come out. This is an excellent series and this book was as good as, if not better than, the others. Cindy, a church secretary, who is usually knee deep in some mystery, has gone off to Hawaii to have a well deserved rest. Needless to say she hasn't been there for long when she stumbles over a murder. Someone then tries to murder her and she ends up kidnapped. Jeremiah, the Rabbi from the synagogue next door, who has his own dark and secret past, rushes to her aid the minute he realises she is missing. The action and tension in this book had me on the edge of my seat practically from the beginning. As the action unfolds we get to know a little more of Jeremiah's past, but you will need to read the book to find out what this is as I don't want to spoil the story. Jeremiah and Cindy's relationship also develops a little and we get to see more of their feelings for each other. With regards to whether the question of Paul is settled, again you will have to read the book. No plot spoilers here. This is an excellent book. If you have read the first three you will love it. If you haven't the mystery part will still be enjoyable but the relationships between the characters and the reasons they' are like they are will not. I would advise you to read them in order. A brilliant book which I would highly recommend.
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