Book pak Recorded Books 2000
CS ISBN 0788743244 $46.00 Five cassettes
Rabbi David Small spends summer vacation in Jerusalem with Miriam, his wife. Naturally, he's drawn into trouble when he looks up the Goodmans' son, who has hooked up with a born-again Jewish sect and who is implicated in the murder of an American professor. Kemelman's novels are much more than mysteries. They are like Fabergé eggs--polished, vivid, and filled with stunning detail that reveals Jewish life, culture, and religion. George Guidall is the perfect reader. He appreciates the rabbi's dry sense of humor, his scholarship, and his desire to mind his own business. Guidall's subtle voicing conveys the colorful characters in Kemelman's Rabbi Small novels with accuracy, a sense of appreciation, and a chuckle. L.R.S. © AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine [Published: DEC/JAN 01]
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