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Lazar Malkin Enters Heaven

by Steve Stern

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A collection of tales set in Pinch, a Jewish community perched on a river bluff above Memphis. Here, wonderful and strange things happen: the angel of death visits in a blue serge suit; the voice of God commands Morton Gruber to collaborate on a book; and an aunt goes on a celestial blind date.
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A collection of tales set in Pinch, a Jewish community perched on a river bluff above Memphis. Here, wonderful and strange things happen: the angel of death visits in a blue serge suit; the voice of God commands Morton Gruber to collaborate on a book; and an aunt goes on a celestial blind date.

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