Friday, November 6, 2015

Thy Rod And Thy Staff by Debbie Viguie

One problem with being caught up with the series...now I have to wait for the next installment instead of just moving on to the next book!

In book 12 of the Psalm 23 Mysteries Cindy has jury duty. A high-profile case has been moved to the city that Cindy lives in. Of course where Cindy is involved there has got to be mayhem and mischief. Cindy and her fellow jurors are sequestered for their own protection, but it seems that someone is determined to get to them. Rest assured though that Mark and Jeremiah are close by to keep an eye on Cindy and to keep any harm from coming to her or other members of the jury.

Outside of all of the courtroom drama Jeremiah and Cindy's drama is heating up as well. They knew they would probably have opposition when they announced their engagement. Sure enough they are both faced with the fact that not everyone is going to be happy that they are engaged since they come from two different religious backgrounds.

I was definitely a fan of the mystery in this installment. With so many different personalities of the jurors the author kept me guessing as to who was wrapped up in what. This was a solid mystery/suspense that managed to keep my interest throughout. As for Cindy and Jeremiah's relationship, I knew this was going to be a hurdle. I have to say I am hoping that they can work things out. After all that they have been through and considering the chemistry that they have, and the almost physical pain they experience when they are apart you can't help but want them to live happily ever after. Together. But all of that does not make two people being unequally yoked right. Soooo, what is going to happen next? Thy Rod And Thy Staff left us with a pretty big cliffhanger that is going to drive me crazy until the next installment comes out!  As I've said in each review, if you haven't checked out this series yet I encourage you to do so!

Check out my Reviews of the other books in the series:
The Lord is my Shepherd
I Shall Not Want
Lie Down in Green Pastures
Beside Still Waters
Restoreth My Soul
In the Paths of Righteousness
For His Name's Sake
Walk Through the Valley
The Shadow of Death
I Will Fear No Evil
Thou Art With Me


2 comments:

  1. Nice review! I read the first three books and then couldn't find any more. I'll have to do some hunting. :) Thanks for sharing. I loved this series and I am excited to see that there are nine books I haven't read!

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    1. I got them all on my Kindle from Amazon. They are reasonably priced, but I had to stretch my buying out over several months in order to get the whole series. Thanks for stopping by and commenting and hope you enjoy them as much as I did :)

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