Murder at the Minyan

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Infinity Publishing, 2006 - Fiction - 212 pages
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A shot in the synagogue parking lot brings Rabbi London running. At least one person is probably dead. The rabbi knows he should have seen trouble brewing weeks before when discussions about death turned nasty. But he was busy then with life cycle events and November and December challenges. Now, despite the rabbi's teachings, the murderer has put his plan into motion. Soon there will be enough people mourning his victims to ensure the minimum of ten men at the daily service, and he will be able to say his Kaddish.
  

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Loved it! Man promises his mother to say Kaddish for the year following her death and finds an unusual way to assure there will be a minyan of mourners. Read full review

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