A far-flung family gathers for a bat mitzvah at a large suburban synagogue, and everything goes beautifully--until the grandmother from New York suddenly dies. And Cantor Shoshana Goldberg finds herself in the middle of a mystery--and a mess. She goes back to Manhattan--the Old Country--to do the funeral, and nearly becomes collateral damage in a small-business crime war. Meanwhile other clouds are gathering back at the shul. Find out what happens in the first Cantor Shoshana Goldberg Mystery, The Kiddush Murder! You don't have to be Jewish to love it!
|Publisher:||Gail F. Nalven|
|File size:||237 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Gail F. Nalven is a Jewish educator and an alumna of JTS, just like Cantor Shoshana Goldberg. She has directed and taught in Hebrew schools across the denominations, and is the author of the blog Adventures in Tefillah (http://firstname.lastname@example.org). She lives in New York City. Patricia S. Rudden is Professor of English at New York City College of Technology, CUNY. She has worked as a lay cantor in various settings for nearly two decades. She is an alumna of Hunter College, like the late Myra Bloom and Cantor Goldberg’s mother, and wishes she could grow up to be Cantor Goldberg. She too lives in New York City.