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July 3 2011 Judaism Newsletter

Shalom! I want to wish those of you in the US a very happy fourth. I hope you enjoy this week's article from the Judaism site, in which I review Tova Mirvis' The Ladies Auxiliary. Have any favorite novels or works of non-fiction to recommend for some good summer reads? I'd love to hear them in the forums!

The Ladies Auxiliary by Tova Mirvis - A Review
Tova Mirvis' debut novel takes place within the tight-knit Orthodox community of Memphis, Tennessee. A gripping page-turner, Mirvis' novel is, at its core, the story of a small community and the tensions lying just beneath the surface and the bonds of love and friendship that hold everything together.


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Lauren Tuchman, Judaism Editor

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