The Lord Is My Shepherd (The Psalm 23 Mysteries #1)
Cindy’s church is getting ready to celebrate Easter, and Jeremiah’s 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 h...more
As the plot quickly picked up pace, and the most eclectic group of characters began to reveal themselves... I knew I had to see the WHOLE book through before I could make a true conclusion. I was not in the slightest disappointed. The next book is now loaded up to pr ...more
The Presbyterian Church, First Shepard is situated next door to the Jewish Temple. They have shared parking lots for many years, now they share a murder!
This gently presented novel holds some shocking Easter themed murders of a serial killer. It is not a traditional cozy murder, yet, it does hold some of the feel of a cozy. Amateur Sleuths, Church ...more
Author: Debbie Viguie’
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Cindy Preston is the church secretary, and she hates Monday. After a long weekend away from the office, she never knows exactly what she’ll find, and she doesn’t like disarray. So, she unlocks the church doors and promptly falls over a body. Someone has been stabbed to death in the locked church.
Jeremiah Silverman is the Rabbi at the Jewish temple next door t ...more
The reviews I've read of this book tend to be at one extreme or the other. Readers either love it or hate it. Generally those who hate it object to the number of murders for a Christian book. T ...more
Church secretary Cindy finds a murder victim when she gets to work Monday morning of Easter week. This understandably freaks her out, but due to some baggage on her p ...more
The only negative point I found in the story is that it is blatantly obvious who the killer is the moment they appear. That is sort of rectified by the fact that it isn't revealed how the killer is involved with the victims or the other characters until the en ...more
Particularly enjoyed the interaction between Cindy and the Rabi and about the jewish religious ceremony of Passover.
Odd that I can swing from cosy murder thriller to hard core horror, but that's pretty much says it all about me.
That the murders (yes, there is more than one) have ...more
The Lord is My Shepard is book 1 in The Psalm 23 Mysteries and it brings us to the lives of Cindy Preston and Rabbi Jeremiah Silverman as they try to solve the Passon Week killings happening around their town. The thrill of suspense in this book leaves you on the edge of your seat. It grabbed me from page one and pulled me in, making me ...more
I picked "The Lord Is My Shepherd" because I was looking for a cozy mystery. I love that cozy mysteries give you a mystery without the sex and foul language. Cozies also involve more characters that I can relate to. Let's face it, for the most part, the people we know aren't fashion models, movie stars or explorers. Most of us through six degrees of separation may know someone in a high end career, but most of us still live our day-to-day lives far from a spotlight. In a cozy anyone can become a ...more
There's a body in the church and fear and death draw people together.While the police, led by Mark, try to figure who this dead stranger is, Cindy and Jeremi ...more
The plot centers around a Presbyterian church secretary, Cindy Preston, and Rabbi Jeremiah Silverman from t ...more
The Lord Is My Shepherd by Debbie Viguié
The Lord Is My Shepherd is the first book in Debbie Viguié's series The Psalm 23 Mystery series.
I got this book as an Amazon freebie for my Kindle a few months back. I was in the mood for another mystery following the other few that I have read recently, so I settled in for this one. It sounded very intriguing to me!
The Lord Is My Shepherd is a Christian murder mystery (I'm pretty sure the title is a dead giveaway that it is Christian) but i ...more
I have to say though, because I haven't finished this story, I am not entirely convinced yet that the rabbi, Jeremiah, isn't the killer himself. Guess ...more
Cindy, as the heroine, is very likable. She blends the right amount of asserti ...more