Adele (the Rabbi's Mother: Book One)by Anna King
Adele Rothstein has buried three husbands and she's living the good life of a seventy-five year old femme fatale in New York City when God comes calling. Never mind that she doesn?t actually believe in God -- Adele can't ignore the mysterious black cloud engulfing a handsome boy named Sol in her son the rabbi's synagogue on a Friday night. Almost immediately after making friends with Sol, tragedy strikes the boy's mother and, together, the unlikely duo try to solve what happened.
Of course, once a femme fatale, always a femme fatale. As they pursue the truth, Adele?s affections are torn between a handsome younger man and the older man who was once the love of her life. Sol, too, discovers that love can occur even in the most devastating situations. As Adele and Sol get closer to unravelling what's really going on, they are targeted themselves and face the ultimate danger.
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Meet the Author
Anna King is the pseudonym of Josephine Carr, a writer formerly published by HarperCollins, NAL/Penguin, and Dial Books for Young Readers. She's delighted to embrace independent publishing with her new company, Three Kings Books (also publishing Joseph King with novels CRACK and EVIL DOES IT, currently available for Amazon's Kindle). Please visit her website (http://threekingsbooks.com) and blog (http:carrtalks.wordpress.com) for more information. You're welcome to contact her: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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