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Not Quite Kosher: An Abe Lieberman Mystery epub ebook

by Stuart M. Kaminsky

Not Quite Kosher: An Abe Lieberman Mystery epub ebook

Author: Stuart M. Kaminsky
Category: Mystery
Language: English
Publisher: Thorndike Pr (June 1, 2003)
Pages: 327 pages
ISBN: 0786253983
ISBN13: 978-0786253982
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 715
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And in Not Quite Kosher, the latest Abe Lieberman mystery by veteran Edgar Award-winning Stuart Kaminsky, our hangdog sleuth is up to his eyeballs in tsurris, the kind of trouble that will drive a man to madness

And in Not Quite Kosher, the latest Abe Lieberman mystery by veteran Edgar Award-winning Stuart Kaminsky, our hangdog sleuth is up to his eyeballs in tsurris, the kind of trouble that will drive a man to madness. From tracking a pair of low-rent thieves who stumble into a heist way over their heads to finding out what happened to a man who predicted his own death in a bizarre twist of fate, not to mention planning for a grandson's bar mitzvah that threatens to send him to the poorhouse, Lieberman will do much to find a way to make everything right, even if it takes years off his life.

Kaminsky, Stuart M. Publication date. A Tom Doherty Associates book. Lieberman, Abe (Fictitious character), Police, Jewish men. Publisher.

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Stuart M. Kaminsky (Author). Book 7 of 10 in the An Abe Lieberman Mystery Series. The Last Dark Place: An Abe Lieberman Mystery (Abe Lieberman Mysteries). The Dead Don't Lie: An Abe Lieberman Mystery. The Big Silence (Abe Lieberman Mystery).

BY STUART M. KAMINSKY Lew Fonesca Mysteries Vengeance Retribution Midnight Pass Denial Always Say Goodbye Bright Futures Abe Lieberman . Lieberman’s Law. The Big Silence. The Dead Don’t Lie. Toby Peters Mysteries. KAMINSKY Lew Fonesca Mysteries Vengeance Retribution Midnight Pass Denial Always Say Goodbye Bright Futures Abe Lieberman Mysteries Lieberman’s Folly. Murder on the Yellow Brick Road.

Items related to Not Quite Kosher: An Abe Lieberman Mystery. Stuart M. Kaminsky Not Quite Kosher: An Abe Lieberman Mystery. ISBN 13: 9780754072287. Not Quite Kosher: An Abe Lieberman Mystery. Kaminsky is the Edgar Award-winning author of the critically acclaimed Inspector Rostnikov, Toby Peters, Lew Fonesca, and Abe Lieberman mystery series. He lives with his family in Sarasota, Florida. ISBN 13: 9780812561906.

Negotiations with Lieberman's frequent contact El Perro promise to be tricky, but are . Robert b. parker's killing the blues.

Negotiations with Lieberman's frequent contact El Perro promise to be tricky, but are they really trickier than calling his namesake in . A lesser entry in Kaminsky’s finest series, with a starring role for the Chicago River, enjoying what may be its busiest fictional week ever. Pub Date: Dec. 1st, 2002.

2002) (The seventh book in the Abe Lieberman series) A novel by Stuart M Kaminsky. Abe Lieberman is a strong, sympathetic character, an Everyman whose love for his family is only matched by his quiet, zealous commitment to justice

2002) (The seventh book in the Abe Lieberman series) A novel by Stuart M Kaminsky. Abe Lieberman is a strong, sympathetic character, an Everyman whose love for his family is only matched by his quiet, zealous commitment to justice. He loves what he does, but it takes its toll as his commitment to what is right is sorely tested every day on the mean streets of Chicago.

Kaminsky Stuart . ieberman's Thief Stuart M. Kaminsky The . Hanrahan ate his sweet-and-sour pork. He had not quite mastered chopsticks, but he was reasonably comfortable with them. Kaminsky The Burglar Prowls George Patniks hated his nickname . Mystery explained, in a way. Ida Katzman was eighty-six years old, walked with a cane, and had a seat in the front room of Temple Mir Shavot, where Bess Lieberman was president. Ida Katzman was the principal donor to the temple and the primary source of funding for the new temple on Dempster, now being remodeled from a Great National Bank.

Chicago detective Abe Lieberman faces such challenges as a pair of low-rent thieves, a man who predicted his own death, his grandson's pricey bar mitzvah, and his partner's rivalry with an Asian kingpin.
Reviews (7)
Diredefender
A nice read, with real dialogue and characters that make sense. It’s nice to read a fun book that doesn’t bore the reader & keeps you interested in the plot.

Dream
Lieberman series is great. I wish some author take over like they have done with the Robert B parker books.

Thohelm
I'm about halfway through the Lieberman series and enjoying the characterizations and story lines immensely. I wish Kaminsky was still alive and writing these.

Anayajurus
A friend tipped me to the Abe leiberman series and it was a genuine gift. This one is outstanding. the characters are genuine and the mystery is always good.

Mysterious Wrench
Do have it? I don't think it ever came.

FailCrew
Mister Kaminsky has done it again. I have read almost all he has written, some of them more than once, and have never been disappointed.

Keath
You don't have to be Jewish to love detective and registered Libertarian, Abe Lieberman. Or, for that matter, be a Chicagoan.
But both elements will add another layer of appreciation/recognition for the character and setting.
This is the seventh in the series, and oh, how I wish Kaminsky were still alive and writing them.
Very entertaining....and -- full disclosure -- I did not see the ending coming.

The series about veteran Chicago cop Abe Lieberman is the least known of the at least four mystery series being written by the prolific and consistent Mr Kaminsky and this is a pity for they are always diverting and at times touch deeper wells than is often the case with the genre .I suspect there is much of the author in the Lieberman figure -Abe is a well wrought character whose job has exposed him to the seamier side of life in general and Chicago in particular but has not eroded his compassion and sympathy for the victims ,who often include his fellow law enforecement professionals .
Here Abe is working on two cases -a robbery of a jewellery store and the death of its proprietor during the hold up ; and the murder of a Arnold Sokol which may well be gang related .These crimes in turn lead on to other deaths
The criminals are accorded almost as much time as the cops and the portrait of the robber Wychovski in particular is a mini-masterpiece of economicallly but crisply drawen characterisation while the ethnic divisions of the city are unfussily and powerfully established
Abe is a family man and time devoted to this aspect of his situation is for me a partial problem as I struggled with some of the Jewish background to the discussions but its a minor problem (others will not see it as such )
Compassionate , humane and a quick read which unlike many such does not insult the intelligence or detarct from its having some sharp points to make
To those new to the series I suggest starting with an earlier title , maybe Lieberman's Choice

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