Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Friday the Rabbi Slept Late

Friday the Rabbi Slept Late by Harry Kemelman  224 pp.

After reading heavier stuff this month I went for something light. I never read any of the Rabbi David Small series so when I got an Audible sale with this first book of the series for cheap and read by one of my favorite narrators, George Guidall, I had to go for it. It's a quick little mystery. Rabbi Small is dealing with his contract renewal at the temple and there are two factions arguing over it. Then a young woman's body is found on the property of the synagogue and the rabbi comes under suspicion because the murderer left the victim's purse in the rabbi's car. It's a basic whodunit with the rabbi taking on the "Miss Marple" type role.

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