Faye Kellerman is my favorite author, in part because she incorporates daily Jewish life in great murder mysteries.
I've noticed that a few other authors are beginning to do this on a limited basis, but there's nothing limited about Kellerman, and that's why I love to read her.
She, of course, is not the first. Harry Kemmelman(sp?) with his Rabbi David Small did it decades ago, but I always had the feeling he was trying to teach in his novels. Kellerman just hangs our daily life out there and I love it.
This was my first exposure to this author. She keeps you guessing and you cannot forsee where the plot is going. Although the writing is quite good, the author (editor?) fails to use the 'perfect' (pres perfect / past perfect, etc.) tenses when they are required; that is a bit annoying. The 'acting' (done by only one man) is good -- especially since there are many characters. Looking forward to another FKellerman book.
Enjoyable read. Would recommend.
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