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Criminal Kabbalah

An Intriguing Anthology of Jewish Mystery & Detective Fiction

Edited by Lawrence W. Raphael
Foreword by Laurie R. King

6 x 9, 256 pp, Quality Paperback, 978-1-58023-109-1

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An intriguing Anthology of Jewish Mystery & Detective Fiction
Terence Ball, The Banality of Evil
Sandra Levy Ceren, Silver Is Better Than Gold
Martin S. Cohen, Death Has Beckoned
Richard Fliegel, The Golem of Bronx Park East
Michael A. Kahn, Truth in a Plain Brown Wrapper
Stuart M. Kaminsky, The Tenth Man
Rochelle Krich, Bitter Waters
Ronald Levitsky, Thy Brother’s Bloods
Lev Raphael, Your Papers, Please
Shelley Singer, Reconciling Howard
Janice Steinberg, Hospitality in a Dry Country
Batya Swift Yasgur, Without a Trace
All-new stories from twelve of today’s masters of mystery and detective fiction—sure to delight mystery buffs of all faith traditions, and fans of the award-winning Mystery Midrash: An Anthology of Jewish Mystery & Detective Fiction.
Praise for Mystery Midrash: An Anthology of Jewish Mystery & Detective Fiction
“The stories in this book do what Jewish writing has always done: provide compelling narrative with your philosophy and philosophical challenges with your fiction…. There is no argument, Talmudic or otherwise, about the quality of this collection: Mystery Midrash is a mitzvah!”
S. J. (Shira) Rozan, author of Stone Quarry and winner of Shamus & Anthony Awards
“Terrific stories; dialogue that will make you smile, if not laugh out loud; and situations that force the characters to deal with their own Jewish identities.”
Joel Siegel, ABC’s Good Morning America
“A kosher treat. A Jewish angle on a genre of literature that so often employs Talmudic logic and the Jewish sensibility that wrong is wrong, and must be stopped.”
Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, author of Jewish Literacy and An Eye for An Eye
“Despite their Jewish themes, these stories have an ecumenical appeal: to Raphael, Mazel Tov!”
Publishers Weekly starred review

 

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