TWO REVIEWS  Interesting contrast.
One a verbal from a sister in the faith who was disappointed in some of the language in the book. 
I wasn't sure how my more conservative friends would view it and I respect their desire not to have language they disapprove of. I wondered how a woman pastor would go over, but haven't heard anything about that.
Here is another from someone not into religion - and someone I don't know:

from Amazon
4.0 out of 5 stars Different from my usual fare,  October 8, 2012 By  Que Barbara "barbvee" - This review is from: Like Sheep (Kindle Edition)I'm not one to read books about religion but am someone up for a good mystery. It shouldn't be a surprise that this book is heavy on religious content since the main character is a pastor. All of the quoting of scriptures, questions of faith etc are woven into the story in such a way that it is all very interesting and not off-putting for someone who doesn't want to come near anything hinting of religion (at least in my opinion).

The characters are well drawn, the descriptions of Kansas are vivid, the mystery is a good one and I didn't catch on to who-dun-it until near the end.

This is a story of faith, blooming where you are planted and perseverance. It's also a really good mystery too!

I received a complimentary copy of this book in order to review it.



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    Like Sheep

    Like a Fox

    Like a Fig Tree

    Author Information

    The Rev. Dr. Judy Mitchell Rich lives outside of Athens, Alabama, in the country where she enjoys the stream behind her house and the wooded area which houses wild turkeys, deer, and many birds.
    She is a graduate of Fairborn High School in Ohio; Muskingum College;  McCormick Seminary. If you're into letters after names, hers would be
    : B.A., M.A., M.Div. and D.Min.

    She is an ordained Presbyterian USA pastor and has served as an Associate Pastor, Interim Pastor and Solo Pastor
    for  churches in Michigan, Kansas and Ohio, and on the staff of the Presbytery of Northern Kansas.
    University Presbyterian, Rochester Hills,Michigan
    Kipp Presbyterian, Kipp, Kansas
    Gypsum United Methodist, Gypsum,Kansas
    Presbytery of Northern Kansas
    Westminster Presbyterian, Emporia, Kansas
    St. Andrews Presbyterian, Topeka, Kansas
    Westminster Presbyterian, Piqua, Ohio
    Honorably Retired 2008

    Favorite activities include writing, reading mysteries, Pilates classes,   playing with clay and laughing with her friends and two sons, four sisters, one brother and their families.

    She published Like Sheep in September of 2012 and the second in the series Like A Fox in March of 2014. Like a Fig Tree was published September, 2015.

    Easter, 2006. Westminster Presbyterian Church. Piqua, Ohio. Photo by Sue Dougherty.


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