[PDF] Download ↠ Lie Down in Green Pastures: The Psalm 23 Mysteries #3 | by ☆ Debbie Viguié

By Debbie Viguié | Comments: ( 316 ) | Date: ( Nov 20, 2019 )

St Patricks Day brings a new murdery mystery for this crime solving duo


  • Title: Lie Down in Green Pastures: The Psalm 23 Mysteries #3
  • Author: Debbie Viguié
  • ISBN: 9781426726637
  • Page: 316
  • Format: ebook

About Author:

Debbie Viguié

Debbie Vigui is the New York Times Bestselling author of than three dozen novels including the Wicked series co authored with Nancy Holder In addition to her epic dark fantasy work Debbie also writes thrillers including The Psalm 23 Mysteries, the Kiss trilogy, and the Witch Hunt trilogy Debbie also plays a recurring character on the audio drama, Doctor Geek s Laboratory When Debbie isn t busy writing or acting she enjoys spending time with her husband, Scott, visiting theme parks.


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Comments Lie Down in Green Pastures: The Psalm 23 Mysteries #3

  • Jeannie and Louis Rigod

    This book was the equivalent of being in an action-packed murder mystery for the movies. I found myself having to take a breath and put down the book, as it made my pulse rise. Seriously, I could see this novel being a motion picturebut, lucky us, readers, it is a book first!By now I have grown fond of Cindy, our church secretary of First Shepard, and her co-hort in crime solving, Jeremiah, Rabbi from next door's Temple. I even like the homicide detectives that seem to always be assigned to thei [...]


  • ⚜️Trea

    This is almost a direct continuation of the second book in the series, so you're not able to read this without receiving spoilers for the previous books in the series or cliffhangers for the upcoming books. Cindy is still somewhat bumbling and unrealistic, and the events with Jeremiah are a bit too drawn out for my tastes, in addition to being just as unrealistic as Cindy's. The book wasn't holding my interest well, especially with all the far-fetched things that were happening, which is why it [...]


  • writer...

    Mystery with added suspense intensity kept my reading attention through this next installment of the Psalm 23 series. Perfectly timed for St Patrick's Day this week and the Challenge for March reading.


  • Cindy

    I started and finished this book in one day which is not my norm for reading. I had previously read books 1 and 2 in this series which I mostly enjoyed. The story line for book 1 centered around killings taking place during the Holy Week prior to Easter and book 2 took place around the Thanksgiving holiday. This book takes place at the St. Patrick's day celebration.The mystery and murders are surrounding property that is co-owned by several of the religious entities around town on which they hav [...]


  • Loraine

    SUMMARY: Even though they work right next door to each other, Cindy and Jeremiah come from two different worlds. Cindy is a church secretary; Jeremiah is a Reformed rabbi with a mysterious past full of danger and excitement. Together they have faced down a serial killer at Easter and a murderer of homeless people. The two unlikely companions continue to forge a strong friendship as they explore personal history and faith with each passing adventure. This third volume in the Psalm 23 Mysteries se [...]


  • Mercedes Cordero

    This is not, I repeat, NOT a cozy murder mystery. This is a bunch of other, mediocre things, but it's not cozy, and it's hardly a mystery. Murderous it is is, somewhat of a thriller it intents to be and it does have suspense. The writing leaves much to be desired; the editing what editing? There are mistakes in every page. Words run together constantly likethis. A few times, I can let it go, but all the time, in almost every page is too much. Also, there are quite a few sentences that just do no [...]


  • Lois

    This is the third book in the Psalm 23 Mysteries. I have read the other two also. You do not need to read them in order, but I recommend doing so, as the tension builds from one to the other. In case you need help, the first book is strangely enough(!) The Lord is My Shepherd, and the second book is I Shall Not Want. As of now, I don't think there is a fourth book, but I will need it soon, because Lie Down in Green Pastures ends with a cliff hanger. Not fair!Cindy is a church secretary of a prot [...]


  • Nicola Mansfield

    Well, this series just keeps getting better and better. It's turning out to be a bit more dangerous than the first two cozies. The relationships going on indeed is still cosy but the crimes got very intense this time. Cindy and Jeremiah have separate adventures though they end up being tied together into one case. So far the Rabbi's past as part of the Israeli army has been hinted at but this book finally brings his military training to the front and centre as he traipses through the wilderness [...]


  • Nicole

    I love this series! They are a quick read, the mystery is always a good one and has you from start to end! This one is no exception! I was on the edge of my seat, especially with the last few chapters!Can't wait to start on the next one!!


  • Melissa (ladybug)

    OH MY! what a book. It was filled with suspense the entire time and Cindy and Jeremiah found out something really important. The book ended with a bang and a BIG cliffhanger. I really cannot wait until the next one.


  • Denise

    SUMC Book Club Selection for February 2012


  • Ktmholm

    Any day the local homicide detectives got a call from either Cindy, a timid church secretary, or from Jeremiah, the rabbi from the synagogue next door, they knew it would NOT be a good day. That is indeed the case in this, the 3rd of the author’s PSALM 23 MYSTERIES. When Jeremiah’s car is crashed into by a car driven by a dead man, Cindy just couldn’t help herself…she just had to stick her nose into the case, especially when other victims began to be intimidated and/or killed.However, wh [...]


  • Judith

    Five starsI really enjoyed this mystery novel. The church secretary and rabbi are a fascinating duo. Although this is book 2 the author writes in a way that gives the reader enough information to skip book 1. I enjoyed the characters enough that I would actually love to go back and read book 1 though. Book 2 is a stand alone but it does end with a little teaser for book 3.


  • Molly Panzer

    Didn't enjoy this one as much as the first two.


  • Madeline

    Jeremiah is a boss.


  • Laurel Benson

    This is obviously third in a series. I thought I'd read the first two but there were parts of the story line I didn't understand so will now go back and read them ;)


  • Bette

    Rabbi Jeremiah Silverman is rear-ended just by the church. His car has flipped over from the impact. He breaks a window to exit the car and is found by Cindy Preston, church secretary, a few minutes later. Cindy immediately calls Detective Mark Walters to notify him of the accident and that Jeremiah told her that the driver of the other car was dead when the accident happened. Cindy and Jeremiah know Detective Walters because they have been involved with the detective in solving a couple of prio [...]


  • Kelly

    I was fortunate to get to read these books in order and for free via Nook free download (also downloaded via Kindle app). I cannot say that reading them out of order would have taken away from the story, but certainly because I had more time invested, I certainly have come to care for the characters more. This is of course one of the reasons I really enjoy book series. It is always like catching up with family. This time the series opens with Jeremiah heading off to work on his day off (never do [...]


  • Ronna

    This third book in Debbie Viguie's TWENTY THIRD PSALM MYSTERIES, has added an element of real excitement to these continuing mysteries. Cindy, a church secretary, and Jeremiah, the rabbi of the neighboring synagogue , have already found themselves working together to solve a couple murders. Cindy has decided that a couple of recent "accidents" feel too much like murders. She's determined to get the police involved and stay out of things this time, but of course she's soon drawn into everything.G [...]


  • Julie Graves

    In this installment of the Psalm 23 Mysteries Cindy is still fairly new to the whole murder thing. Murder seems to find her though. She and Jeremiah have been keeping away from each other. Jeremiah has secrets to hide and he can't risk getting close to someone like Cindy who has a way of ferreting out secrets.When dead bodies start piling up Cindy is sure that they have something to do with a new developer that has moved into town who is determined to purchase camp Green Pastures.Little do Cindy [...]


  • JoAn

    "Lie Down In Green Pastures" by Debbie Viguie is the third book in the Psalms 23 mystery series.On Rabbi Jeremiah Silverman's day off he decides to drive to the synagogue and he's hit from behind by another car that was being driven by a dead man. Thus starts the third book about Jeremiah Silverman and Cindy Preston's new adventure in solving murder.This story is told from both Cindy and Jeremiah's point of view because each of them has separate experiences during this story. The plot line is ti [...]


  • SenoraG

    My Review: Originally Published in Suspense MagazineMeet Jeremiah and Cindy: Jeremiah is a rabbi and Cindy a church secretary. People are dying around them and it seems to be linked to a developer who wants to buy Green Pastures Campground. They join forces to try to get to the bottom of things before more people are killed.Reading this book gave me a look at the different ways people handle relationships and danger. It shows the reader that it is possible to pull strength out from down deep ins [...]


  • Camille

    Transitioning to an entirely different genre, today I haveLie Down In Green Pastures by Debbie ViguiéThis is the 3rd book in Debbie Viguié's Psalm 23 Mystery series.You can read my review of the first book, The Lord is my Shepherd by clicking here, and my review of the second book, I Shall Not Want by clicking here.You can read this book as a stand alone, or read it after the first two. I recommend the latter just because it adds some extra details.Lie Down In Green Pastures is the next instal [...]


  • Karen

    Even though they work right next door to each other, Cindy and Jeremiah come from two different worlds - Cindy is a church secretary; Jeremiah is a Reformed rabbi with a mysterious past full of danger and excitement. Together they have faced down a serial killer at Easter and a murderer of homeless people. The two unlikely companions continue to forge a strong friendship as they explore personal history and faith with each passing adventure.This was a free download from Kindle. I was sorry that [...]


  • John

    I found the three books of this series for free as a promotional on , and I wasn't careful enough about determining which was the first of the series, so I read the last one first. As such, some of my comments may not make sense if you have read the other books. In any case, I enjoyed this book quite a bit. It started a little slowly, but with enough going on to keep my interest. Then, the last few chapters turned fairly dark, (view spoiler)[I was not expecting police brutality or a .50 cal snip [...]


  • Norma

    This was the first in this series that I have had the chance to read. I will definitely be going back to read the first two.On his day off, Jeremiah decided to drive in to the Synagogue to do a little work. On his way there, he was rear-ended by another car. As the accident happened, Jeremiah caught a glimpse of the other driver in his rear view mirror. Was it his imagination or was the other driver already dead before the impact?For once, Cindy is the one to come out and help Jeremiah. Against [...]


  • Cheri

    This book had promise. Other than the fact that reviewers kept calling it "cosy," which for some reason annoyed the heck out of me, I liked the idea of the church secretary and the rabbi teaming up to solve crimes. In actuality, I had some difficulties even getting into this story initially. It is the third in the series (of which I did not read the first two--this one was free). This book did not really stand alone. There were numerous references to their prior activities and some character dev [...]


  • Betty

    Cindy's church. Jeremiah, being very observant, is pretty sure that the driver of the other car was already dead before the impact. Cindy contacts the police, and once again, Jeremiah and Cindy become involved in yet another murder mystery involving their small town.I liked that we got to know more about Mark (a police detective we have gotten to know throughout the series) and also focused more on Jeremiah and his abilities which shine further light into his past life before his life as a refor [...]


  • Martha

    I'm undecided about this one. When the story started, I thought the main character was somewhat insipid and immature. Later on the action was good and kept my interest. However, there are too many questions left unanswered at the end, obviously so you'll buy the next in the serier. The rabbi Jeremiah has an obvious military past, one that he desperately wants to forget but you don't get any details there. Cindy, the main character, has some angst about her sister's death and her own fears but th [...]


  • Sara

    Received from NetGalley.Summary:Even though they work right next door to each other, Cindy and Jeremiah come from two different worlds - Cindy is a church secretary; Jeremiah is a Reformed rabbi with a mysterious past full of danger and excitement. Together they have faced down a serial killer at Easter and a murderer of homeless people. The two unlikely companions continue to forge a strong friendship as they explore personal history and faith with each passing adventure.This is a cozy mystery [...]


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