• Tuesday the Rabbi Saw Red

  • A Rabbi Small Mystery, Book 5
  • By: Harry Kemelman
  • Narrated by: George Guidall
  • Series: Rabbi Small, Book 5
  • Length: 8 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 11-27-12
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Recorded Books
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.6 (89 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

With his Rabbi Small mysteries, acclaimed author Harry Kemelman has made the best-seller lists every day of the week! The adventures of the unassuming Rabbi are hailed by critics and fans for their wit, wisdom, and the unparalleled logic of one of the world’s most unusual sleuths. On Tuesday, Rabbi David Small takes a break from the Barnard’s Crossing pulpit to teach a course on Jewish Thought at a small community college. But he soon discovers that all is not idyllic behind the ivy-covered walls. When a bomb goes off in the dean’s office, the peaceful campus mood is shattered. Soon everyone - from professors and students to the indefatigable rabbi himself - is suspected of murder. Personally approved for this unabridged recording by the author’s estate, veteran narrator George Guidall brings all the characters to life as Rabbi Small ensures that murder doesn’t make the grade.
©1973 Harr y Kemelman (P)1998 Recorded Books
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kathi on 12-13-15

Old now--but still wonderful!

I read all this series years ago when they were written, and they still seem relevant. Of course cell phones, DNA and computer hacking are not part of them--but the mysteries are ok (this one was too easy to figure out, though). But don't let that put you off--the mystery is fun--and had twists and turns. But what makes this series outstanding is the deep look into human character, spiritual needs and an amazing explanation of Judaism--which is given with quite understandable human explanations that make some of the traditions and rituals have so much meaning. This is a book--indeed an entire series--not to be missed if you want more than just sex, violence and fast car chases! This is a mystery series with depth.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Tess Howard on 06-22-16

George Guigall is the best narrator.

Guigall is such a performer not just a narrator. Give him a good story like Kemelmans and you have a movie in your minds eye

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5 out of 5 stars
By Carôle on 12-13-17

The more that I read of this series the more I love it.

This series is not only a fascinating detective series, with original and innovative plots, it is also an intriguing look at Judaism. For those people who know little or nothing about Judaism, this is a fascinating yet unobtrusive insight into what Jews believe (& more importantly, don't believe).

Don't read this if you are likely to be offended by religious references or belief systems that are not your own. Because if you aren't open minded to others beliefs, this is going to upset you - if though it is first and foremost a murder mystery series.


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5 out of 5 stars
By Mary Carnegie on 11-15-16

The Talmudic detective

David Small sticks his neck out again... It's interesting to look back to the time I was a student myself, although clearly UK universities are very different and I now know why in the USA places of study for those 17-21 year olds are called "schools" - this one at least is more a sixth-form college than a beacon of higher education! The Rabbi solves another crime of classical design (no gruesome forensics, exceptional cruelty or sickening descriptions (thank the Lord), but he also learns about young people and teaching. He can be just a little bit dogmatic....

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