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Posted July 13, 2008
A New Kind Of Mystery Story
Rabbi Aviva Cohen is a fifty-something rabbi from South Jersey who is twice divorced, and living a rather uneventful life. However, things begin to change when she officiates at the funeral of an unpopular land developer. Things begin to take its turn for the worst when the funeral results in another death 'suicide or murder?'. Rabbi Cohen decides to take the mystery into her own hands while putting her own life into jeopardy. In my opinion, this is the ultimate underdog book! This book doesn't get a lot of media like others do, but this is something kind of new 'a rabbi trying to solve a mystery'. I picked this book up, and I had to keep reading until I got the answers to the questions. My favorite character was Rabbi Cohen's great-nephew, Josh, who has Asperger's Syndrome. It's great how there's a book that includes someone with Asperger's, since not too many authors do so. I would say that this book deserves a total of 4 1/2 out of 5 stars, but I personally like this book enough to grant it 5 out of 5! I strongly recommend this book, and I'm excited to read the future Rabbi Cohen books!
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