Our Eddie / Sulamith Ish-Kishor.
"Moshe Friedman, a former police detective, is now the rabbi of a large synagogue in New York City. When Pinchas Bergman, a close friend and congregant, suddenly shows up at midnight, the rabbi's life is turned upside down. He's forced to unpack his gun to protect his family and save his friend. A trio of desperate thieves must retrieve the diamonds they stole from their mobster boss before he discovers the theft. When they threaten the rabbi, detective Red Kelly pulls all stops to help his former partner. Devotion to G-d and the power of prayer combine with breathtaking suspense, heart-stopping action, and plot twists that keep the reader enthralled from beginning to end"--back cover.
White hot diamonds : a novel / Yaacov Connors.
Jerusalem (Israel)-place of publication
Jerusalem : Jerusalem Publications
Haredi and religious literature
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