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MRS. KAPLAN AND THE MATZOH BALL OF DEATH BY MARK REUTLINGER: BLOG TOUR

by Caro, November 18, 2014

Open book Society is back and ready with another amazing TLC Book tour! Today we bring you author Mark Reutlinger’s mystery novel Mrs. Kaplan and the Matzoh Ball of Death. Be sure to keep reading to know more about the book, the author, and the opportunity to enter the tour giveaway. Enjoy!

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About Mrs. Kaplan and the Matzoh Ball of Death:

Move over, Miss Marple—Mark Reutlinger’s charming cozy debut introduces readers to the unforgettable amateur sleuth Rose Kaplan and her loyal sidekick, Ida.

Everyone knows that Rose Kaplan makes the best matzoh ball soup around—she’s a regular matzoh ball maven—so it’s no surprise at the Julius and Rebecca Cohen Home for Jewish Seniors when, once again, Mrs. K wins the honor of preparing the beloved dish for the Home’s seder on the first night of Passover.

But when Bertha Finkelstein is discovered facedown in her bowl of soup, her death puts a bit of a pall on the rest of the seder. And things go really meshugge when it comes out that Bertha choked on a diamond earring earlier stolen from resident Daisy Goldfarb. Suddenly Mrs. K is the prime suspect in the police investigation of both theft and murder. Oy vey—it’s a recipe for disaster, unless Rose and her dear friend Ida can summon up the chutzpah to face down the police and solve the mystery themselves.

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About author Mark Reutlinger:

In addition to his teaching career at Seattle University, Professor Reutlinger has taught at the University of British Columbia, University of San Francisco, Hastings College of the Law, and Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He was a sole practitioner in Albany, California, and with the litigation department of Morrison and Foerster, San Francisco. Professor Reutlinger is a member of the American Law Institute and was a member of the Probate Law Task Force responsible for substantial reform of the Washington Probate Code. He joined the faculty in 1978. (source)

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