Birth date: November 24, 1928
Died: December 15, 1996
Harry Kemelman's Books
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Rather dated now, and predictable. I had it figured out before the halfway point. But I thought the rabbi was an interesting character.
I enjoyed the earlier stories more than the later, more so than the recent ones. The later stories just got too profane for my tastes because I like my mysteries to be more mysterious than vulgar. What a shame when writers have to depend on that sort of thing. It's no wonder I like the classics s...
One of the best books on Judaism that I've found. It also gives some of the best reasoning as to why Jews don't eat pork. Presented in a fictionalized setting, the questions and answers are not fictional at all.