ABOUT UNLEAVENED DEAD

Chanukah Guilt involves funerals. Unleavened Dead involves weddings. And losing jobs.

Unemployment is tough in any economy, but it’s even more difficult for older Baby Boomers. They often find their age and experience lessen their chances of finding meaningful work that will pay them the salaries they deserve.

Aviva becomes suspicious that a rabbi she knows is responsible for the seemingly accidental deaths of a couple who had information that could have lost him his new job. At the same time, she is looking for evidence that will exonerate her niece’s partner from allegations she was involved in the hit-and-run death of a new boss who had downsized her.

And the weddings? You’ll have to wait until the book is finished (and published) to find out. Although Chapter One gives some hints.

CLICK ON “CHAPTER ONE” AND ON “AVIVA CLEANS HER FRIDGE FOR PESACH (AND CHATS WITH HER SISTER)” IN THE RIGHT COLUMN TO READ EXCERPTS.

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1 Comment

  1. Pearl Dallal said,

    Loved both your books I was looking for some mysteries with Jewish women Like playing with my Kindle.Get a little bored here in Israel Please write more Aviva books

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