On a pleasure trip to the holy land, Rabbi David Small looks in on the troubled son of one of Barnard's Crossing's favorite grocers, the Goodmans. A confused young man, Jordan Goodman has embraced the extreme ideas of a controversial Jewish group and becomes strictly orthodox in observance. But Jordan's newfound beliefs lead him to perform an act of dubious heroism that leads to a murder charge. Knock wood -- Rabbi Small is around to give even Israeli security a valuable lesson in age-old Talmudic logic and one good American know-how.
This paperback is in very good condition with a dent in the cover and light cover wear.