Sunday the rabbi stayed home.

By: Kemelman, HarryMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: New York, Putnam [1969] Description: 253 p. 22 cmSubject(s): Detective and mystery storiesSummary: "In this third encounter with a murder case, the New England rabbi detective is faced with pot being pushed locally to tempt the young people of the temple; a feud among the middleaged lay leaders that threatens to tear the temple apart; and-in one brisk encounter with an antagonistic Negro-a touch of black anti-Semitism."
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"In this third encounter with a murder case, the New England rabbi detective is faced with pot being pushed locally to tempt the young people of the temple; a feud among the middleaged lay leaders that threatens to tear the temple apart; and-in one brisk encounter with an antagonistic Negro-a touch of black anti-Semitism."

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