Friday, January 26, 2007


FRIDAY THE RABBI SLEPT LATE by Harry Kemelman, read by George Guidall

Kemelman fans consider this book to be the best of the late author’s Rabbi David Small mysteries. Guidall’s narration defines the personality of the series. While the novel is a whodunit, it is character-driven and also explains Judaism and aspects of synagogue politics. Guidall captures Rabbi Small’s brilliant, albeit low-key and harried, personality with ease.

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