Rick Dewhurst
The Good Book Club (A Jane Sunday Mystery)
September 22, 2018 Comments.. 704
The Good Book Club A Jane Sunday Mystery Scheming to inherit the powerful pulpit of a mega church a pastor hires P I Jane Sunday to verify suspicions his father in law the senior pastor is having an affair The case turns uglier when one d

  • Title: The Good Book Club (A Jane Sunday Mystery)
  • Author: Rick Dewhurst
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Scheming to inherit the powerful pulpit of a mega church, a pastor hires P.I Jane Sunday to verify suspicions his father in law, the senior pastor, is having an affair The case turns uglier when one dead pastor is found floating naked in his swimming pool, and Jane is hired by his widow to hunt the killer Hot on the murder trail Jane is herself pursued by dreamboat lawyScheming to inherit the powerful pulpit of a mega church, a pastor hires P.I Jane Sunday to verify suspicions his father in law, the senior pastor, is having an affair The case turns uglier when one dead pastor is found floating naked in his swimming pool, and Jane is hired by his widow to hunt the killer Hot on the murder trail Jane is herself pursued by dreamboat lawyer Bertrand, but lasting memories of her abusive father inhibit the budding relationship, especially when questions of his credibility arise Who killed the pastor Is Bertrand true blue A solid jolt of crime fiction, The Good Book Club takes the reader on an exhilarating ride with its authentic characters, intense action, and solid storyline, a ride that is guaranteed to compel lovers of the genre to hold on tight to the emotional roller coaster until the very end.

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    1 Blog on “The Good Book Club (A Jane Sunday Mystery)

    1. Pamela Barrett says:

      You usually don’t think “edgy” when it comes to Christian fiction, but the Good Book Club is edgy and witty, with a bunch of sarcastic humor thrown in in just the right amounts. The author takes you right up to the line of Christian/Secular and doesn’t cross it, kind of like a new believer who is learning to leave the trash of the world behind. The story is about Jane Sunday a detective with a lot of emotional baggage, who is asked to investigate the senior pastor of her church. The pers [...]

    2. Erica Glass says:

      Sarcasm is an art; knowing the balance between when to be sarcastic, when to be serious, when to be kind, etc is crucial. The main character in this book, Jane Sunday, fails at this. EVERYTHING that comes out of her mouth is sarcastic. It became a real headache to read. And the storyline was dull in my opinion. She is a Private Investigator that is initially hired to investigate the pastor of a large church, which then becomes an investigation into an assistant pastor's murder and some financial [...]

    3. Joel Bennett says:

      This story is, at heart, a female private eye murder mystery. But it's much more than that: A warning about the worst things that could happen at a church when the pastor gets distracted and the board starts running things. A worst-case scenario for nepotism in the church. A critique of mega-churches. A wry tale of cautious mother-daughter rediscovery. A conspiracy-theory out to take down the church, and a thought-provoking reflection on the cost (to churches and to civil society) of keeping chu [...]

    4. Jean says:

      This probably deserves a three star rating, but for me it was just OK. It is not quite a Christian novel and not quite a cozy and not quite. . . well you get the point; for me just not quite a three star book. The story was ok. It had a 1940's gumshoe kind of feel to it, except our heroine buzzed around in a Hummer, and there probably were no mega churches as described, but the criminal element probably existed then and now. Jane Sunday is just not my kinda gal, not quite believable as a person. [...]

    5. Leslie says:

      A woman is hired by a family member to expose a minister of a supposed adulterous affair, but then a murder occurs, and then someone else in the family hires her to solve the murder. Behind all of this is an attempt to bring down the church. The woman detective is not likable at all. She wise-cracks too much, even in her thoughts. As for the Book Club title, which led me to the book in the first place, I found the ‘club’ not to have much to do with the story line.

    6. Chris says:

      I read this on my Kindle.This was an ok story. Jane Sunday is a PI hired to help save a church but something isn't rightd then the bodies start piling up. Sarcasm is prevelant and I don't like sarcasm. Nor did I care about or for any of the characters.

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