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Don't Cry for Me, Hot Pastrami: 09/12/18

Don't Cry for Me, Hot Pastrami

Don't Cry for Me, Hot Pastrami by Sharon Kahn is the third of Ruby, the Rabbi's Wife mystery series. Ruby and members of her temple are taking a cruise down to the American Virgin Islands. But from the first moment on board things go wrong, when one of their group ends up dead during after getting their photograph taken.

Like Title Wave by Lorna Barrett, most of the book takes place on the cruise ship. What differs here, is that the cruise itself seems to be poorly run.

From the get-go the who behind the crimes is obvious. But that doesn't matter because Ruby knows it too and has to figure out how to deal with it while her life is in danger. Had this book been any different, I would have have been compelled to write a long ranting post about how unrealistic the cruise was.

The fourth book is Hold the Cream Cheese, Kill the Lox.

Four stars

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