On the tenth day of this seventh month is the day of atonement, a holy convocation shall it be unto you, and ye shall fast ... and no manner of work shall ye do on this day ... it shall be a statute foreer throughout your generations in al lyour dwellings.
Saturday brings Yom Kippur to Barnard's Crossing and Rabbi Small is preparing as usual. But his prayers and fasting are interrupted when a member of his congregation is found dead in his car. The police call it accidental. The insurance company calls it suicide. Only Rabbi Small's pregnant wife, Miriam, thinks it's murder. Now it's up to him to prove her right . . . . "A crackling good mystery." -- Time
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