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From Herring to Eternity

From Herring to Eternity Streetcorner trumpeter Lippy Montgomery dies after eating at Murray s Pastrami Swami poisoned by the herring Even perplexing his battered trumpet case is stolen from the crime scene Is someone close

  • Title: From Herring to Eternity
  • Author: Delia Rosen
  • ISBN: 9780758281999
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
  • Streetcorner trumpeter Lippy Montgomery dies after eating at Murray s Pastrami Swami poisoned by the herring Even perplexing, his battered trumpet case is stolen from the crime scene Is someone close to Gwen Nashville Katz responsible Is it the professional treasure hunter who sat beside him at the counter The record producer who has a secret he doesn t want revStreetcorner trumpeter Lippy Montgomery dies after eating at Murray s Pastrami Swami poisoned by the herring Even perplexing, his battered trumpet case is stolen from the crime scene Is someone close to Gwen Nashville Katz responsible Is it the professional treasure hunter who sat beside him at the counter The record producer who has a secret he doesn t want revealed The sister who earns her living as a high priced escort On top of that, a coven of Wiccans goes to war with an ambulance chasing attorney and an arrogant college professor over a Civil War burial ground that just happens to lie under Gwen s house With both her deli and house on the line, Gwen also must catch a killer who wants to see her sleeping with the fishes

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    1 thought on “From Herring to Eternity

    1. A bit "hokey" but a good mystery overall Don't have to be Jewish to enjoy it--maybe need to be familiar with a few words, like chutzpah (a lot of nerve), Mazel Tov (congratulations), etc. I think I will see if the library has more in this series.

    2. This was a humorous cozy mystery. It wasn't very realistic, but entertaining. Gwen leaves NYC to relocate to Nashville, TN. Her uncle has left her a kosher deli there. She has many challenges. The university wants to dig up her basement claiming it is an historical cemetary. The Wiccan clan is claiming her house is a religious sanctity. They all want her to move out. Read this book and find out how she deals with her challenges. I read it in one night and highly recommend it.

    3. A street musician has herring at the diner. Shortly thereafter he gets conked on the head outside the deli. Is that what killed him? Or is it mercury poisoning? Gwen Katz has more than one set of second thoughts because of the complications of owning the deli and the awkwardness of her frequent dealings with Detective Grant Daniels. She decides to stay in Nashville after much thought. What is so valuable the street musician has been killed that prompted his trumpet case being stolen after he is [...]

    4. I usually love this series but this book seemed very bitter to me. Nash Katz is usually very likeable but in this book she seems to have a huge chip on her shoulder about everything. She thinks everything is a slur to her heritage, she's angry if someone doesn't get her jokes, she's angry if she doesn't get their's. She's angry if men drool over her, she's angry if they don't, she thinks women are hitting on her. She breaks into places and contaminates evidence feeling it's her right, she's dete [...]

    5. You know what this series needs? A GlossaryI would be able to appreciate the dialogue so much better if I didn't have to search foreign words every page. And now Gwen is probably mad at me for not being educated enough to appreciate her jokes *eye roll* I've gotta say, for someone who takes offence in being stereotyped, she does quite a bit of it herself. Although, I understand and empathize with her, given her situation. Hopefully, she'll come out of this bump and be more positive about herself [...]

    6. Loved it! Gwen is my kind of people (no ripoff from the book intended). Sassy, smart and straight forward she keeps her employees in line as well as the customers in her deli. I would love to be more like her, lol. The Wiccan aspect to the storyline was different as was the historical part. I never figured the murders out at all.Interesting facts about some herbs which I knew nothing about. All in all a good read that kept me guessing and frankly, I wouldn't mind pulling up a chair to order a Pa [...]

    7. Gwen 'Nashville' Katz, owner of Murray's Pastrami Swami, is immersed in another murder when a customer is poisoned after eating her deli's herring. This series is well written but it is just not to my personal taste. Reading is a very personal thing and if you are uncomfortable with, let us say, the protagonist, it colors the entire story. I'm not saying more than this book series is just not right for me.

    8. I normally enjoy Delia Rosen. Not this time. Prejudicial, uneducated presumptions. Too many religious beliefs/non-beliefs. terrible story. No more deli books for me.

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