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Someday the Rabbi Will Leave

A Rabbi Small Mystery, Book 9
Narrated by: George Guidall
Series: Rabbi Small, Book 8
Length: 6 hrs and 47 mins
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Publisher's Summary

From Friday the Rabbi Slept Late to Thursday the Rabbi Walked Out, the best-selling Rabbi David Small series follows the perceptive small town rabbi through every challenging day of the week. Now David Small steps beyond his daily responsibilities to face issues in the congregation and community that threaten to destroy his career. The beloved president of the temple is resigning. A new president is chosen: a prominent businessman who is used to being obeyed. It’s not long before the rabbi’s adherence to tradition clashes with the new president’s requests. Meanwhile, a young man in Rabbi Small’s congregation has been arrested in a fatal hit-and-run accident. Can the rabbi maintain his position in the temple while helping the young man? Much depends on good luck. Narrator George Guidall provides the perfect voice for the thoughtful, careful rabbi. He captures each strand of humor, intellect, and tension that Kemelman weaves so deftly throughout the Rabbi Small mysteries.

©1985 Harry Kemelman (P)1999 Recorded Books

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  • Galina
  • Sharon, MA, US
  • 03-04-17

Loved this series and a narration.

I live near Boston so part of the charm is a local flavor. I love the characters in the series. The mystery in this book is very well done. And as in all books of this series discussions about Conservative Jewish religion are very modern and interesting.

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  • Carôle
  • 01-08-18

The Best Thus Far!

I have enjoyed every book since Friday's, but this one is the best thus far! The Rabbi is so lucky, despite being so orthodox!

I'm learning lots of little snippets about Judaism as well, which I find fascinating. It's a shame that it's getting towards the end of the series. I'm going to miss him.

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