By Howard Engel
While Rabbi Meltzer and the President of Grantham’s synagogue knock on Benny’s place of work door, they aren’t seeking to promote raffle tickets. Of that a lot, he’s definite. they wish his assist in monitoring down a lacking legal professional who has disappeared with the existence mark downs of half the Jewish neighborhood. Benny understands he’ll by no means see a dime out of it, yet what are you able to do? It’s summer time within the city—and it’s going to be a sizzling one.Book five within the Benny Cooperman secret sequence.
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Don’t take this personally. ” “What he means is,” Tepperman offered, placing his big hands on the edge of my desk, as though he had suddenly been shown the clear road the argument must take, “we’re all in the same soup. It couldn’t be worse. ” The way was getting cloudy, and he sat back in his chair to catch his breath and try to collect the fragments that he’d been so sure of a second before he began to talk. “Tell me about it,” I said. “Remember I’m a professional private investigator as well as a member of the Jewish community.
I’d skip out of town myself until this thing blows over if it wasn’t for Ruth and the kids. They’re going to need all the help I can give them. ” He put out his cigarette butt in a distributor cap he was using as an ashtray. ” He didn’t want to embellish that and appeared to be looking forward to the next question on a different subject. “I hear otherwise. ” “Okay, okay. She took me to the cleaners but good. But that was ten years ago. I don’t hurt so much any more. I’ve got a happy situation going in my life, so I can afford to forgive and forget.
The rabbi watched Tepperman settle into the other chair. It matched my oak veneer desk. ” continued the rabbi, the thought nearly lifting him out of his seat again. “Not at all. ” This wasn’t exactly true. It had been some time since I’d seen either one of them, but I remembered the occasions the way a headstone remembers the name chiselled into its face. I pictured the artificial turf at Sally Lenowitz’s funeral. I remembered the empty space next to Sally’s name when they unveiled the double tombstone.