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Ruby, the widow of a rabbi in Eternal, Texas, decides to investigate when the sister of Essie Sue Margolis, Ruby's least favorite member of the congregation, dies under mysterious circumstances
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You gotta love Ruby Rothman, the Eternal, Texas, rebbitzen (rabbi's wife) with a craving for bagels. Actually, she's the rabbi's widow when this engaging mystery begins, but it isn't until days after a member of the congregation pushes in front of Ruby in line at the Hot Bagel and bites off more than she can chew--a little cyanide--that Ruby begins to wonder if there's a connection between the poisoned bagel and her husband's death a year ago in a hit-and-run accident. But right now she's got more immediate things to think about--like clearing the cloud of suspicion that's settled like flour on her friend Milt, the bagel baker, and avoiding the clutches of Essie Sue, the temple yenta, who's determined to make a shiddach (match) between Ruby and the new rabbi of Temple Rita (don't ask). The action moves from East Texas to the Lower East Side of Manhattan, connected by a family feud and a cunning killer who's out to give Ruby more than a minor case of heartburn. Fax Me a Bagel has some structural problems--too many plot points are worked out in a series of e-mails between Ruby and her friend Nan instead of being explicated in action and narrative; and Kahn has a tendency to tell instead of show. But Ruby is an appealing heroine, and this debut mystery has "series" written all over it. --Jane AdamsAbout the Author:
Sharon Kahn has worked as an arbitrator, attorney, and freelance writer. She is a graduate of Vassar College and the University of Arizona Law School. The mother of three, and the former wife of a rabbi, she lives in Austin, Texas. Following several children's books published regionally, Fax Me a Bagel is her first adult fiction.
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Book Description Scribner, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. New item. May have light shelf wear. Seller Inventory # BK0138907
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Book Description Scribner, New York, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. First edition first printing of all four novel in the Ruby, the Rabbi's Wife series. Fax Me A Bagel, Never Nosh A Matzo Ball, Don't Cry For Me, Hot Pastrami, Hold The Cream Cheese, Kill The Lox. One novel Don't Cry For Me, Hot Pastrami has a Review Copy stamp on the title page. All first editions all in new unread condition. Language: eng. Seller Inventory # 6236