- Mass Market Paperback: 213 pages
- Publisher: Fawcett (November 12, 1985)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0449210006
- ISBN-13: 978-0449210000
- Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 4.5 x 7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 40 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #440,133 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Sunday the Rabbi Stayed Home Mass Market Paperback – November 12, 1985
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On Sunday, Rabbi David Small uncovers a Passover plot than undeniably raises more than Four Questions -- threatening to ruin not only his holiday seder but his role as leader of Bernard's Crossing's Jewish community. But there's no time to appeal to a Higher Source when one of his temple board members, a businessman, is rumored to be pushing drugs and all the facts point to a group of teenagers as accessories -- to murder.
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In this one you will notice many of the clues to who did it and why are extremely dated and perhaps you will miss those clues if you did not live in that time.
One thing stands out because these novels are set in the 1960's -- here is a community that staunchly refuses to assume the perpetrator is the only "Colored" guy in the suspect group. Colored was the polite term and black the pejorative.
The good Rabbi is a very stubborn man when he thinks he is right-and he usually is.
I learned everything I knew about the Jewish religon from these books at the time. They were very educational in that way for a gentile.
In this book Rabbi Small takes a sabitical in the Holy Land and as usual guickly becomes involved in trying to prove to the Israeli police have the wrong man.His study of the Jewish books of law are his quideline. The common sense aproach, not tainted by modern police methods.
Once you read one of the Rabbi series you will want to read them all.
me. I enjoy learning more about Jewish ways and thoughts.
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Enjoying this series. A very nice little break to read them, and I can pat myself on the back for learning about Judaism and New England 1960s culture