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[Reading] ➸ I Shall Not Want (The Psalm 23 Mysteries, #2) Author Debbie Viguié –

I Shall Not Want (The Psalm 23 Mysteries, #2) Charity Work Can Be Murder It S Thanksgiving And Joseph Tyler, One Of The Members Of Cindy S Church, Has Organized A New Charity That Provides Homeless People With Rescue Dogs To Love And Care For But One By One, The Homeless Recipients Are Being Murdered And Their Dogs Stolen Could An Overly Competitive Millionaire With His Prize Winning Pooches And A Grudge Be Behind The Crimes Or Could It Be Someone Much Closer To Joseph Who Has Something Sinister To Hide Cindy And Jeremiah Must Rush To Find A Killer Before He Strikes Again.

[Reading] ➸ I Shall Not Want (The Psalm 23 Mysteries, #2)  Author Debbie Viguié –
  • ebook
  • 320 pages
  • I Shall Not Want (The Psalm 23 Mysteries, #2)
  • Debbie Viguié
  • 10 February 2019
  • 9781426716102

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➸ I Shall Not Want (The Psalm 23 Mysteries, #2) Author Debbie Viguié –

  1. says:

    An enjoyable sequel now, if I could just get my hands on the next one

  2. says:

    I liked the book, the mystery was interesting and I didn t know who the killer was until the very end I thought there were a bit too many characters but I enjoyed the interplay between Cindy, the church secretary Jeremiah, the rabbi and Mark, the detective I read this book out of order it is book 2 since my library didn t have the first book in its collection and I may have missed initial character development and interplay between them I have ordered the first book from an...

  3. says:

    This story really dragged for me Cindy didn t really seem to do any sleuthing, but rather had important clues handed to her to pass along There wasn t much interaction between Cindy and Jeremiah in this story, and I think the plot suffered for it Ther...

  4. says:

    I Shall Not Want is the second book in The Psalm 23 Mysteries series The Psalm 23 Mysteries follows Protestant church secretary, Cindy Preston, and Rabbi Jeremiah Silverman as they stumble through murder mystery after murder mystery The church and the synagogue stand next door to each other, and it seems to be by divine design that the two characters are pushed together for each mystery Cindy Preston loves Fridays anything can happen on Friday Unfortunately for her, this week the thing that happens is murder Cindy stumbles over a murder mystery and a dog napping when she happens upon a dead secretary Her friend, Joseph Tyler, has organized a charity that pairs the homeless with a dog from the pound On the day of the presentation of rescue dogs to their new owners, Joseph s secretary is murdered and his 20,000 pupp...

  5. says:

    Cindy Preston is a secretary at her church She is helping Joseph, a member of the church, put on a charity benefit Joseph breeds dogs and this benefit is a project that he came up with to put dogs and homeless people together Each homeless person that adopts a dog also receives a voucher that they can use to feed their new pet.Cindy has just recently helped the police stop a serial killer It seems that her luck with dead bodies is still following her around When asked to go find Josephs assistant Derick she finds than she bargained for Derick has been murdered and Josephs prize dog is missing.When several murders happen and the owners dogs are missing Cindy is once again forced out of her comfort zone much to Homicide Detective Mark s dismay He and his partner Paul insist that Cindy stay out of the investigation, but that is hard for Cindy to do since bodies keep turning up everywhere she goes I really enjoyed the story I didn t read the first novel in the series The Lord is my Shepherd, I think it would have helped with some background with characters But it wasn t too hard to jump into this book and understand what was goin...

  6. says:

    This is a wonderful cosy mystery series The last book took place during Easter and is referenced many times This case takes place during Thanksgiving The mystery itself wasn t really up my alley as it was strongly dog themed, dogs are being stolen while the owners are killed But I love all the characters and the interplay betwe...

  7. says:

    This is book 2 in the Psalm 23 Mystery series It is a stand alone cozy but I would still recommend reading the first one that once again involves Cindy the church secretary as a sleuth in the mysterious killings of dog owners and the stealing of their dogs Jeremiah, the rabbi of the neighboring synagogue, again becomes Cindy s partner in detection I love the humor and care that exists between the two of them Enough...

  8. says:

    3 1 2 stars This is a quick, enjoyable read There s nothing earth shattering here, but it is pleasant and clean with fun characters and a good cozy mystery This is the second book in the series, but I got it free for kindle, so I read it first Now I ll have to go back and read the first book.

  9. says:

    I wanted to give this series another chance Unlike the first book, the mystery isn t as grizzly or disturbing, but the characters remain as flat as ever I wanted to like the uncommon duo of the church secretary and the rabbi, but so little is revealed of them beyond their day to day jobs.I still fail to see how this series is marketed as Christian mystery Just because a couple of characters work in a church or synagogue, doesn t mean it s Christian Even so, I know how to appreciate a good mystery I thought the premise of the book was appealing It twists on the Psalm 23 phrase, I shall not want In the book, a wealthy man who owns prize showdogs, ...

  10. says:

    This book started out good, and I was really getting into it I was trying to figure out the mystery and then boom on the bottom of page 186, then again on the top of page 187 towards the end of chapter 14, there were two times where a character, to be blunt, cussed In a Christian book Yes, they were words that are in the Bible, but they were definitely not used in the same manner I was most definitely disappointed If it weren t for that, this easily could ve been a 3 or even 4 star book I ve come to expect it in non Christian books I m not excusing it in any way, I m just saying it s sadly expected , but to be in a Christian book, that s ridiculous and highly upsetting I have much higher standards for Christian books for obvious reasons Can I not even trust Christian books any It s a sad world we live in I heard so much praise for this author, and I liked the first book, and frankly I was enjoying this one until that This was very sad to see NOTE the words used in ca...

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