I didn't say that Psalm 35 was Patsy's favorite or even a favorite. It's a great prayer for someone in fear for her life. The perpetrator, I think everybody can agree, was successful in making the way of her pursuers dark and slippery. Patsy apparently liked intricate word play. She was fond of signing letters with initials such as "PPRMFA" (or something like that. I can't remember what her degree was). Obviously that wouldn't work too well here. Maybe Patsy noticed that "CTBS" reversed can stand for the first letters of "saved by the cross" and decided to reverse them. Steve Thomas says that the Bible was open to Psalm 35 It was interesting to me to find out that the initial letters of each line of Psalm 34 in order were of significance in Hebrew and that this point was hammered home in Patsy's version of the Bible. I hadn't realized before what inspired her to do the same thing with Psalm 35. Personally, I hate inventing user names and use a raft of books when I pick one. It wouldn't have occurred to me to do that. She probably did want something that sounded like a foreign faction. I don't know who was sitting at the desk reading the Bible. It could have been an intruder. But it strikes me that the Bible was left open when it was usually closed and that this Bible is described as being in John's study (Thomas) or on John's desk (Linda Wilcox). Perhaps this was one of those "little clues" that the perpetrator left around.