Poor Mrs. Rigsby Reviews

Poor Mrs. RigsbyPOOR MRS. RIGSBY


“Kathy Herman has done it again. Poor Mrs. Rigsby is a well written novel, with a unique and compelling storyline that keeps you guessing. With honesty and realism, the story powerfully illustrates the words of Jesus, ‘You cannot serve both God and money.'”

—Randy Alcorn, author of Deadline, Dominion, Lord Faulgrin’s Letters, Safely Home

“Lock the door, turn off the phone, and grab a pitcher of iced tea because once you start reading Poor Mrs. Rigsby you won’t want to stop! Kathy Herman takes us on a journey jam-packed with truth and light, redemption and renewal. This story is a mini-retreat between covers.”

—Lois Richer, author of Dangerous Sanctuary

Poor Mrs. Rigsby. The choice she thought would free her from her problems turned out to be a lifelong weight on her soul. A haunting look at what happens when we try to convince ourselves our ways are wiser than God’s…and the God who loves enough to redeem us from disasters of our own making.” —Carol Cox, author of A Stitch in Time

“Oh, what a tangled web Kathy Herman weaves! And every delicious thread of Poor Mrs. Rigsby draws you deeper in the mystery.”

—DeAnna Julie Dodson, author of In Honor Bound, By Love Redeemed, and To Grace Surrendered

“What a treasure! Kathy Herman intertwines fast-paced prose with complicated characters and nail-biting intrigue to create what is simply complex. Poor Mrs. Rigsby is certainly a paradox of entertainment as the reader is transported through the poverty of worldly wealth and the riches of heavenly humility.”

—Deidre Pool, author of Loving Jesus Anyway

Poor Mrs. Rigsby is a story about real people with real problems, people who could be our neighbors, or ourselves. How many of us might be tempted to grab the same solution to our problems that Sally Cox did, if the opportunity arose? Kathy Herman writes a powerful message about the only real solution to life’s problems.”

—Lorena McCourtney, author of Whirlpool, Riptide, and Undertow (The Julesburg Mysteries)

“Kathy Herman does her usual skillful job of telling us about characters so real we feel as if they live next door. Poor Mrs. Rigsby is both thought-provoking and pleasurable to read.”

—Janelle Schneider, Author