Wedding Wipeout by Jacob M. Appel
My rating (on Goodreads): 4 out of 5 stars
The old rabbi who leads us by the hand through Wedding Wipeout wears many hats, posing at various times as an FBI agent (impersonating a federal agent much?), a police detective, and more. In this interesting religious twist on the classic mystery story, Jacob M. Appel takes a cue from both Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle, featuring an unusual detective (a rabbi, in this case), his somehow-less-worldly protégé, a complicated plot line, and alternating periods of action and reflection.
The story and characters in this book will keep you interested until the end (as long as you don't mind familiarizing yourself with a bit of Jewish vocabulary/culture). If you enjoy a good mystery, give this book a read. Be sure to let me know what you think!
*** I received a review copy of this book; however, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.
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