A trio of desperate thieves must retrieve the diamonds they stole from their mobster boss before he discovers the theft. When they threaten the rabbi, detective Red Kelly pulls all stops to help his former partner.
Devotion to G-d and the power of prayer combine with breathtaking suspense, heart-stopping action, and plot twists that keep the reader enthralled from beginning to end.
A yeshiva background combined with extensive knowledge of forensic sciences and crime investigation make Yaacov Connors an authoritative voice in kosher suspense fiction.
- ITEM #: 6797
- Dimensions: 6" x 9"
- ISBN: 978-0-9888958-0-5
- Weight: 1.1440 lbs
- Binding: Hard Cover / 272 pages
- Published by: Jerusalem Publications
Couldnt put it down. Cannot wait for the next book!
The author's knowledge of forensic science is impressive. Story is amazing. Couldnt put the book down. Descriptions are perfect. No detail is left unsaid. Loved the Torah part : it added much more to the story. A must read !
The author's knowledge of crime investigation is phenomenal, giving this page turner an authenticity that puts this novel in a class by itself. You will be riveted to this book because of its suspensful plot twists coupled with emunah and bitachon in HaShem, its fascinating characters (Sarah is my favorite!), and its extensive info about police procedures. The plot twists mean no skipping pages to relieve yourself of the suspense and find out what happens in the end! A must read - and I hope sequels will follow!
A page-turner! I had trouble putting this book down. Filled with action, plot twists, authentic characters and police tactics all combined with trust and faith in Hashem from the first page until the last. This book is sure to keep any reader on the edge of their seat. I can hardly wait for more novels from this impressive author. A must read for all fans of great suspense.
This book seamlessly weaves A Torahdik hashkafa and emunah with a veil of mystery, suspense and drama. What a mehayeh - great reading and suitable for the whole mishpocho. Ken yirbu - looking forward to a sequel -please Reb Yaakov.