MRS. KAPLAN AND THE MATZOH BALL OF DEATH: A Mystery to Solve ~by Mark Reutlinger
“’When you have eliminated the impossible, you should look very closely at the not so likely.’” (Mrs. Kaplan quoting Sherlock Holmes at 95% location on my Kindle)
Do you enjoy Yiddish expressions and fine-tuned thinking; Jewish Mother stereotypes? If your answer was YES then MRS.KAPLAN AND THE MATZOH BALL OF DEATH is just the perfect book for you to add to your list.
At the start of Passover do you believe that you make the best Matzoh Ball soup and you could win a prize? If your answer was YES then MRS. KAPLAN AND THE MATZOH BALL OF DEATH is just the perfect book for you to add to your list.
Do you think that the Julius and Rebecca Cohen Home for Jewish Seniors could be an interesting location, full of delightful characters and a 75 year old woman, the prime suspect, could climb in a window while remaining clever and smart and very deductive? Well then, add MRS. KAPLAN AND THE MATZOH BALL OF DEATH to your reading list.
TLC Book Tours was certain I would laugh out loud and write a review of this delight, they sent me an uncorrected, unproofed advanced copy for me to read and enjoy. Wow did it make me happy; it was elementary Dear Watson!
Mark Reutlinger really told a delightful story and it was so entertaining. He caught the stereotypes in perfect harmony with the clever which thus gifted the reader with a happy read.
“Mark Reutlinger is the author of the novel Made in China and a professor of law emeritus at Seattle University. Born in San Francisco, Mark graduated from UC Berkeley and now lives with his wife, Analee, in University Place, Washington.” ( From TLC Booktours webpage)