#IN DOG WE TRUST by Neil S. Plakcy


The eighth book in this series is fun and relaxing, its focus is on the past and the Jewish religion. Steve Levitan takes Rochester to a Blessing of Animals hosted by his synagogue. The affair is disrupted by the arrival of the rabbit’s mentally disturbed brother who is later found dead. The Rabbi asked Steve to find an answer to his brother’s action. The journey takes Steve through his childhood. Whenever Steve is struck Semester will point Steve in another direction. The brother is looking into a Jewish family that spent time in the Auschwitz and display camps at the time. How does this effect currents and the MURDER? I highly recommend this book and series.

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5 Responses to #IN DOG WE TRUST by Neil S. Plakcy

  1. lghiggins says:

    This sounds like quite a different take on a cozy mystery. I think the focus on Judaism would make for a very interesting cozy.

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