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by George Guidall,Stuart M. Kaminsky

Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Suspense and Thriller
Author: George Guidall,Stuart M. Kaminsky
ISBN: 0788705865
ISBN13: 978-0788705861
Language: English
Publisher: Recorded Books (1996)
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Series: Abe Lieberman (Book 4. Abe Lieberman is trying to keep a crazed rabbi at bay who wants to purchase his house, while he and his wife Bess discuss the imminent possibility of raising their daughter’s children while she goes off to San Francisco to find herself

Series: Abe Lieberman (Book 4. Abe Lieberman is trying to keep a crazed rabbi at bay who wants to purchase his house, while he and his wife Bess discuss the imminent possibility of raising their daughter’s children while she goes off to San Francisco to find herself. There are relatively few scenes at Maish’s deli but there is a cameo appearance by the crazy Latino gang leader, El Perro. Bottom line: a standard Lieberman series novel ( with some interesting plots and subplots. Worthy of the series and (like all SK novels), skillfully conceived and written, but not a life-changer.

Lieberman’s Law An Abe Lieberman Mystery Stuart M. Kaminsky For Leora Benishay and all the Benishay . His brother-in-law, the babbling Hassan, leaned over Ali’s shoulder and began to fire his rifle wildly into the darkness

Lieberman’s Law An Abe Lieberman Mystery Stuart M. Kaminsky For Leora Benishay and all the Benishay Family You cannot call him back from the river of Hades, that all must cross . His brother-in-law, the babbling Hassan, leaned over Ali’s shoulder and began to fire his rifle wildly into the darkness. A rattle of shots sprayed through the van as it zagged from one side of the road to the other and Ali lost control. Perhaps a tire had been hit.

But Lieberman's personal and professional lives collide when his temple is attacked by vandals, and he uncovers a river of hate that runs right . More by Stuart M.

But Lieberman's personal and professional lives collide when his temple is attacked by vandals, and he uncovers a river of hate that runs right through the heart of Chicago's North Side. Too moderate for the hard-liners, too outspoken to win friends among the Arabs, the Conservative Temple Mir Shavot is caught in the middle of the Israeli-Palestinian debate.

Abe Lieberman series. Lieberman's Folly (1990). Lieberman's Law (1996). The Big Silence (2000). Not Quite Kosher (2002).

1934-09-29)September 29, 1934 Chicago, Illinois. Abe Lieberman series. Lieberman's Choice (1993). Lieberman's Day (1994). Lieberman's Thief (1995).

Kaminsky Stuart . ieberman's Thief Stuart M. Kaminsky The Burglar Prowls George . Читать онлайн Lieberman's thief. He drove past a series of bombed-out two-stories with hot dog, fried fish, or auto parts on the street level. Apartment or two above. Kaminsky The Burglar Prowls George Patniks hated his nickname . Kaminsky Stuart M. Lieberman's Thief. George Patniks hated his nickname, "Pitty-Pitty. There was no dignity in a name like Pitty-Pitty Patniks, but then Alex Sewell, the boss of cell block C, hadn't been concerned about George's dignity. Sewell had a great nickname, "Steelhead. Woman over Wynette's Fried Shrimp in the window.

the old woman said, pouring a cup for each of the policemen who sat in her small studio apartment on small unmatching furniture. My departed husband was a photographer as a sideline. They are good, aren’t they?.

This third Abe Lieberman procedural involves a heavy dose of the personal. The mugging-murder victim on this frigid January Chicago morning is police sergeant Lieberman's nephew, David, son of his brother. The novel opens with the muggers and the crime itself - the shots that killed David and wounded his very pregnant wife.

Comments to eBook Lieberman's Law (The Abe Lieberman Series, 5)
Keramar
A fun and rather cotton candy read - the Lieberman books are very approachable, set authentically in Chicago, and very easy to relate to. The characters are real and approachable. They develop over the series of books so you see them grow. Probably not necessary to read in order but much more fun. Abe is a tired, moral detective who sometimes seeks an expedient but still honorable solution to difficult problems. Growing up in Chicago, I enjoy the locations and descriptions of people. Despite this, the mystery is well structured and fully resolved.

A fun read.
Qus
Although I am a huge Lieberman fan, I felt this book did not measure up to many of the others I have read. It was hard for me to "get into it", seemed to drag for me. However, I will always buy Kaminsky's book about Lieberman, because for the most part they have been real winners.
Dynen
This was a very enjoyable read. I am Jewish and really enjoyed the cultural memories the character interactions elicited.
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It's Kaminsky.
Rrd
We're in the middle of the addictive Lieberman mystery series.

The book begins and ends in Israel, and was published in 1996.

The year before (in real time) when presumably Kaminsky was working on this novel, Oslo II was signed and Islamic Jihad and Hamas carried out suicide bombings in Israel.

In the beginning year of the novel, 1973, Syria and Egypt started the Yom Kippur War; the Likkud party was founded by Menachem Begin; and Palestinian terrorists killed 34 people at the Rome airport.

Against this historical backdrop, Kaminsky writes a novel of skinheads, Arab militants, white supremacists, an angry Israeli bar mitzvah tutor, and a twenty-year-old vendetta.
Tygolar
This third Abe Lieberman procedural involves a heavy dose of the personal. The mugging-murder victim on this frigid January Chicago morning is police sergeant Lieberman's nephew, David, son of his brother.

The novel opens with the muggers and the crime itself - the shots that killed David and wounded his very pregnant wife. It then moves to Lieberman, his insomnia, family worries, encroaching age, all shoved into the background with the telephone call from his partner, Hanrahan.

Hanrahan himself is quite a character - a former alcoholic sheltering the battered wife of a previous case, who contemplates remarriage to a Chinese woman while still awaiting his former wife's return.

Kaminsky seamlessly weaves all this and more into a coherent plot, with plenty of suspense, much of it generated by activities Lieberman and Hanrahan are unaware of - danger to David's wife, and the crazed fanatic who stalks the partners with a shotgun. And the ending is a shocker.

Kaminsky, Edgar-award-winning veteran writer, writes with warmth and melancholy humor; a layered book which works on all levels.
Kelerius
This is another winner in the Abe Lieberman series. The stories are well paced, the characters realistic, and the writing is good. Bet you can't read just one.
As readers of the Lieberman series are aware, the books utilize an ensemble cast and involve a great deal of backstory, this one particularly so. The book begins (and ends) like a mainstream novel, with the members of Abe’s extended family all facing potential turning points in their lives. Abe and Bess’s daughter Lisa has left her children with them and is pursuing her career (and herself) in Los Angeles. Her son Barry is about to have his bar mitzvah. Abe’s partner Bill Hanrahan is divorced from his wife Maureen, considering marrying Iris Huang, and trying to help his alcoholic son work his work toward sobriety.

The crime section of the novel begins with the vandalism of Abe and Bess’s Temple (of which she is the current president) and the theft of an irreplaceable torah. It is not quite clear what is happening. There is a group of militant Jews, a group of militant Arabs, a group of skinheads and a group of armed African-Americans. It appears that one group may be attacking another in order to place blame on a third. The machinations and maneuverings of these groups constitutes the core of the plot, with Abe and Bill doing their best to utilize confidential informants and stay one step ahead of the bad guys (whoever they happen to be).

As always, there is a great deal of local Chicago color, visits to Abe’s brother’s Maish’s deli, some rabbinical wisdom and other elements of texture which enrich the stories in the Lieberman series.

This volume comes approximately in the middle of the series and it is an excellent exemplar of these books by the late MWA grand master, Stuart Kaminsky.

Highly recommended.
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