Monday the Rabbi Took Off (The Rabbi Small Mysteries #4)
Rabbi David Small is back. The man who can see the third side of any question.
This time he's on a private exodus to Israel to soothe his soul. He just wants to soak up the local scene, sit in the park, talk to the kids, go to the synagogue or (heresy of heresies) not, as the mood strikes him.
But where Rabbi Small goes, so goes trouble. And Israel's no exception. Befo...more
Still, these are well-c...more
I'm amused by the temple politics in this series. I remember being a little shocked the first time I realized that religious organizations have just as much squabbling and politicking among their leadership as any other human institution.
I love the cover of this book, and it also seems very promising, "adventure and espionage in the Middle East".
But it happened to be the third book in a row where the protagonists are Jewish (after...more
And - certainly - credit to amazing George Guidall as narrator!
His writing career began with short stories for Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine featuring New England college professor Nicky Welt, the first of which, "The Nine Mile Walk", is considered a classic.
The Rabbi Small series began in 1964 with the...more