Two Jews = three shuls / Sandra Tankoos ; foreword by Josh Weinberg

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Material Type
Book
Author
Tankoos, Sandra,
Publication Info.
Eugene, Oregon : Resource Publications, 2020.
Publication Info.
©2020

Details

Description
170 pages ; 23 cm
Summary
"The year is 1992. A very respected Rabbi is found murdered in his synagogue located in a wealthy suburb on Long Island. Deborah Katzman is the first woman to become president of the synagogue. She is a child survivor of the Holocaust and a successful bankruptcy attorney. The synagogue's lay leaders had hoped that a woman with her background would be able to reduce the growing friction within their walls. The Rabbi had been growing more and more traditional at the same time as his congregants were becoming more liberal. Younger women were clamoring for equal participation in religious services; older congregants were opposed to the Rabbi's newly heightened religious practices. Emotions were exploding--but is all of this enough to cause someone to murder a man of God? The Temple leaders, each an interesting character in their own right, are trying to achieve some modicum of harmony within this once peaceful house of worship. The search for the killer is the plot that is carried forward until the murderer is uncovered"--Back cover.
Subject
Synagogues -- Fiction.
Jews -- New York (State) -- Long Island -- Fiction.
Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction.
Long Island (N.Y.) -- Fiction.
Genre/Form
Detective and mystery fiction.
Added Author
Weinberg, Josh,
Added Title
Two Jews equal three shuls
ISBN
9781725267947 (paperback)
1725267942 (paperback)
9781725267954 (hardcover)
1725267950 (hardcover)