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Squelched: The Suppression of Murder in the Synagogue

by T. V LoCicero

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Okay, I loved Murder in the Synagogue. Really enjoyed the story, and to read that there was a secret coverup almost makes the story that much more interesting. I understand that after reading Squelched I should feel bad, in that LoCicero's life was so changed by the publishers, and members of the synagogue, but intrigue and coverups always make for good stories. I'm glad LoCicero had the testicular fortitude to write the books, both of them, and wish to see them get some press. ( )
  kristincedar | Aug 31, 2013 |
Squelched: The Suppression of Murder in the Synagogue by T.V. LoCicero is a grab you be the collar and well written story of business corrupt attitudes and moral values. The book Squelched: The Suppression of Murder in the Synagogue tells how a top Detroiter and prominant Jewish figure and Republican fund-raiser was able to use his power to pressure the auithors publisher Prentice-Hall, Inc., into withdrawing its support for LoCicero’s Murder in the Synagogue, an account of the assassination of Rabbi Morris Adler without really looking on the surfacxe as not fully supporting the book. I enjoyed this book on apart of history that while I knew the headlines, I didn't know the real story going on. ( )
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