Monday, April 12, 2021

Great Escapes Virtual Book Tours Presents: The Hasidic Rebbe’s Son by Joan Lipinsky Cochran


The Hasidic Rebbe’s Son
by Joan Lipinsky Cochran

About The Hasidic Rebbe’s Son


The Hasidic Rebbe’s Son (A Becks Ruchinsky Mystery)
Cozy Mystery
2nd in Series
Perricot Publishing (March 30, 2021)
Number of Pages – 318 pages

Boca Raton reporter Becks Ruchinsky is stunned when her son, Gabe, brings an ultra-Orthodox friend home from college and asks her to hide him. Six days later, his body is found floating in a canal. When police deem his death an accident, Becks launches her own inquiry—a journey that takes her from secretive Hasidic enclaves to the seedy underbelly of South Beach’s glitzy club scene—to find his killer. What she discovers jeopardizes her son’s life and challenges her religious conviction.

 

The Hasidic Rebbe’s Son is an intriguing and compulsively readable mystery that contrasts the beauty of Hasidic tradition with the unbending rules that may lead to desperation and murder.

 

About Joan Lipinsky Cochran

Joan Lipinsky Cochran is a South Florida-based writer whose crime and mystery novels focus on subcultures of American Judaism. In her latest novel, The Hasidic Rebbe’s Son, her protagonist is compelled to explore the glitzy South Beach nightclub scene and the secretive world of Hasidic Judaism to find a killer. It is the second in The Becks Ruchinsky Mystery Series. The first, The Yiddish Gangster’s Daughter, is the story of a woman whose world is upended – and life threatened – when she discovers her father was a member of the Jewish mafia.

Author Links

Website www.joanlipinskycochran.com,

Twitter @WordsByJoan,

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/joanlipinskycochran/

Instagram joan.l.cochran

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TOUR PARTICIPANTS

March 30 – Mysteries with Character – AUTHOR INTERVIEW

March 30 – I’m All About Books – SPOTLIGHT

March 31 – Ascroft, eh? – CHARACTER INTERVIEW

April 1 – Literary Gold – CHARACTER GUEST POST

April 2 – Christy’s Cozy Corners – SPOTLIGHT. RECIPE

April 3 – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – REVIEW

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April 8 – Novels Alive – GUEST POST

April 9 – StoreyBook Reviews – GUEST POST

April 9 – MJB Reviewers – SPOTLIGHT

April 10 – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – AUTHOR INTERVIEW

April 11 – Reading Author’s Network – REVIEW, RECIPE

April 12 – Maureen’s Musings – REVIEW

April 12 – BookishKelly2020 – SPOTLIGHT

 My Review


The author has written a real page turner. We learn a lot about the Jewish Religion and customs, and get up close and personal with some of their leaders.
When Gabe brings a friend home and then leaves him, Becks Ruchinsky, is soon involved in another case. She is a cookbook author, she had accepted Menny as a house guest, and put up with his not lifting a finger to help himself, including picking up his clothes or making a sandwich, we learn why, but it would be hard for Becks to deal with.
Then the unexpected happens, Menny becomes missing, and although the police think it was accidental, Becks suspects foul play is involved.
We are along as Becks conducts her investigation, and some feel she is getting to close to the answers.
Will Becks and her family make it to the end of this book alive? When the facts begin unfolding, you will cringe, I thought I know who the perpetrator was, but kept changing my mind, maybe you will be right, but I surely didn’t expect things as they unfolded!
I received this book through Great Escapes Virtual Book Tours, and was not required to give a positive review. 

 

 

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