Day of Atonement

Day of Atonement

Large Print - 1992
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Brooklyn is hardly the place Los Angeles Police Detective Peter Decker would choose for his honeymoon. However, their vacation turns out to be far from peaceful as Peter and Rina are swept into a family crisis surrounding a troubled Orthodox teenager who has run away from the tight-knit community. As their search trails from New York to Los Angeles, involving murder and deadly danger, Peter and Rina face the first challenge of their marriage and learn some lessons they never expected.
Publisher: New York, William Morrow, 1992.
ISBN: 9780816153510
Branch Call Number: M/KELL
Characteristics: 359p. 24cm.


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Librarian_Deb Dec 03, 2017

I'm really enjoying reading through the Decker/Lazarus series. In this one, Decker and Rina have just married, but their honeymoon is far from ordinary. They go to New York to visit with some of Rina's family and suddenly Decker is involved with a family crisis involving a missing teenage boy and a possible psychopath. I love the blend of the relationship between Decker and Rina that continues to develop and the actual thrill of the chase as Decker hunts down the bad guy. Rina asserts herself and want to help out and even tote a gun, to which Decker does not react well. Yet having Rina along may be a lot better idea than he thought. And the stuff about the Jewish culture/religion that comes out in these books is really fascinating. Highly recommended for fans of gritty mysteries and good relationship stories.


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