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Tuesday, 3 September 2019

The Dead Don't TalkThe Dead Don't Talk by Lawrence J. Epstein
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

1982. Danny Ryle, sone of a killer for hire, is a political fixer for Congressman James Foster. Foster is approached by a Rabbi London who wants to know who killed Rabbi Gerald Siegel eighteen months proviously. The police having failed to find the guilty party.
Foster turns to Ryle to investigate.
A slow start but in the end an enjoyable mystery, though I am not sure that there are many likeable characters in the story

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