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  • Some vacation!

    cultural-exploration, cultural-heritage, Israel, Jewish, amateur-sleuth, law-enforcement, church-politics, investigation, family-dynamics, friendship, situational-humor***** Originally published January 1, 1972, this story is timely for 2021 just as it was then. After six years without a vacation Rabbi Small really needs to take his family with him and take a sabbatical in Israel to recharge his batteries and gain a new perspective on the politics within his congregation. A retired Rabbi is brought in temporarily and (if you believe in coincidences) the wife's brother and his son are in Israel and run afoul of authorities there. Excellent observations and critical thinking are required for sleuthing and infinite patience is required at the home synagogue. Very well done! George Guidell is the calm narrator with a wry sense of humor.

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