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Lieberman's Law by Stuart M. Kaminsky
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Lieberman's Law

by Stuart M. Kaminsky

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"You cannot call him back from the river of Hades, that all must cross, with weeping and lamentation, with helpless sorrow and grieving beyond all reason. You'll sicken to death; no tears can lighten the labour of trouble past; must you still cling to misery? - Chorus in Electra by Sophocles
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0812575334, Paperback)

Abe Lieberman, the Chicago PD detective, has never has it easy when it comes to emotional cases, but this time the action is getting little too close to home. His temple has been vandalized along with four others, and it looks like the vandals have more sinister plans in mind. Finding the culprit opens a window on the broiling ethnic tensions on Chicago's North Side, and what's happening in Abe's family life does nothing to turn down the heat. If he and his partner, Hanrahan, can locate the vandals who have targeted the city's Jews, they may be able to put a stop to some of the madness before violence enters the picture.

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In Chicago, with its ethnic mix, aging policeman Abe Lieberman is kept busy day and night. Vandals have defaced his synagogue, stealing the torah, Arab militants and white skinheads are creating trouble, and a Korean gang is objecting to Abe's presence in a park. By the author of Lieberman's Day.… (more)

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