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The Rabbi's Wife Plays at Murder

Naomi Graetz

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Editore: Naomi Graetz
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  • EAN: 9789659074600

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Professor Toby Kramer, the ambitious chair of the Women's Studies Program at her local college, reluctantly admits to being a Rabbi's Wife. She loves playing tennis and radiates confidence and an aura of professionalism. Into her carefully planned life enters Gordon, a philanderer and former tennis partner asking for help. He is in trouble and is trouble. Within days the Jewish community are embroiled in gossip, runaway wives, murder, divorce and domestic violence. As Toby seeks the murderer and tries to protect the innocent, she is forced to take an unflinching look at her values and recognizes that all is not as it seems in her staid Jewish community. Questions of morality and justice are central to this provocative suspense novel. In the Rabbi's Wife Plays at Murder, Naomi Graetz decided to adhere to the adage of writing about what she knows best--life as a rabbi's wife. She combines likable characters with a superb mystery plot, while offering the reader a voyeuristic peek into modern Jewish life.

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