By Howard Engel
While Rabbi Meltzer and the President of Grantham’s synagogue knock on Benny’s place of work door, they aren’t trying to promote raffle tickets. Of that a lot, he’s certain. they want his assist in monitoring down a lacking legal professional who has disappeared with the lifestyles rate reductions of half the Jewish neighborhood. Benny is familiar with he’ll by no means see a dime out of it, yet what are you able to do? It’s summer season within the city—and it’s going to be a scorching one.Book five within the Benny Cooperman secret sequence.
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While Rabbi Meltzer and the President of Grantham’s synagogue knock on Benny’s place of work door, they aren’t trying to promote raffle tickets. Of that a lot, he’s convinced. they wish his assist in monitoring down a lacking attorney who has disappeared with the lifestyles reductions of half the Jewish neighborhood. Benny is aware he’ll by no means see a dime out of it, yet what are you able to do?
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Without a word. Poof! He doesn’t even say goodbye to his wife and children. ” I swallowed a lump of disappointment. I couldn’t see anything but police work in this. Larry Geller, the good-time Charlie. He could be depended upon at bar mitzvahs and weddings to raise more dust with his back-slapping than anyone else. He was a big wheel in the local chapter of B’nai Brith. I’d seen his picture in the Beacon more than once. In fact I remembered seeing it only a day or two ago. I should have read the caption.
I felt my immortal soul was in hazard. They weren’t selling raffle tickets on a car for the Haddassah Bazaar. Of that much I was sure. “I’m fine, Mr. Tepperman. Come in. Have a chair. ” “Thank you, Mr. Cooperman,” said Rabbi Meltzer, tucking his lightweight raincoat under him as he settled into the aged foam rubber of a tubular chair that used to stand near the door of my father’s store. It gave my place an art deco look. All I needed were marcelled blonde wigs for the mannequins. The rabbi watched Tepperman settle into the other chair.
I don’t know why she married him in the first place. They say that Larry has left Ruth. Is that why you’re asking? ” “Larry’s a lawyer. ” “You know the new bridge over the canal? Well, his company built that. Bolduc Construction, that’s Sid Geller. You see their signs everywhere. ” “Bolduc was a French Canadian with a wheelbarrow. Sid taught him to call himself a contractor. Soon Sid had the wheelbarrow and a contract to build seventy-five sewers in the north end. That was the beginning. I think Bolduc still hangs around the yard out Facer Street.