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It's been a busy month, but that hasn't stopped us from burying our noses in books! Find out what the Jewish Book Council staff has been reading this month.
Pick of the Week Killing a King
Dan Ephronread more
The Last Rabbi
by William Kolbrenner
What became The Last Rabbi is not the biography of Joseph Soloveitchik that Willam Kolbrenner intended to write. read more
by Daniel Estrin
"Moses Wilhelm Shapira and I were both obsessed with notions of truth and authenticity," the author of The Lost Book of Moses admits, "in particular as they regard the Bible and Antiquities. The roguish aspect of Shapira—I feel like that’s not me. Although that’s what I probably came to love the most about him."
by Andrea Simon
After reading her daughter's semiautobiographical novel, Andrea Simon's mother had one piece of criticism: “I don’t know why you named the mother Estelle,” she said. “My own name is so much better.”