Our Pastor's Books
Our pastor has written two books inspired by her experiences with homelessness. The first is The Weight of Mercy, a memoir of her first three years at Triune. The newest release is The Cantaloupe Thief, a mystery with homelessness as a backdrop. Both are published by Lion Hudson in Oxford, England, and are available at local bookstores, at Triune and on Amazon.com. See Deb's website at www.debrichardsonmoore.com for more information on ordering.
Here's what readers had to say:
The Weight of Mercy:
I started your book as we lifted off the runway in Atlanta on my way to Japan. I cried twice by the time I reached South Dakota and finished the book as we flew over Alaska. I am in awe of your work at Triune and I just wanted you to know how much your book impacted me. – Edwin McCain, Singer/Songwriter
The Cantaloupe Thief:
Deb Richardson-Moore spices her perfectly paced story with just enough detail to let us see, hear, know, and feel exactly what we need and no more. And she does it with writing that's vibrant, crisp, and real – we're treated to a master storyteller showing us how it's done. Murder may be the plot that drives Richardson-Moore's yank-you-in-from-the-first-sentence yarn, but it's her supple and admirable talent that's to die for. – John Jeter, author of The Plunder Room and Rockin' a Hard Place