Today, I am a dead man.
For suburban sleuth Christine Bennett, the chance to visit the Holy Land is a dream come true. Her best friend Melanie Gross will be in Jerusalem at the same time for the Bar Mitzvah of her very wealthy cousin. Although he’s long past the customary age of 13, Gabe is planning a lavish party and is flying family and friends over from the States to celebrate. Not accustomed to traveling, Christine is thrilled to have Melanie along to share the experience.
The beauty and mystery of the golden city is overwhelming, and Christine is excited about exploring every part of it - until Gabe disappears without a trace, turning her vacation tour into a trail of clues that leads to a cold and cunning killer.
This book is easy to listen to. he story carries you through the streets and sights of Jerusalem as well as the tourist spots of Israel.As someone who has lived in Israel and loves Jerusalem with the amazing mix of peoples,sights and sounds, this brought some welcome reminiscing. I easily visualised each of the settings and appreciated the down to earth characters. An enjoyable murder mystery with a twist. I would recommend this book.