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Temple B’nai Abraham Book Group Continues!
September 7, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Eighteen years ago, a group of Temple B’nai Abraham members, led by Rabbi Kulwin, began reading together. Since then, the members of the TBA Book Group have read over 200 books together, and continue to read and discuss together with enthusiasm and enjoyment. If you like to read, and can at least occasionally be available usually on the first Thursday of every month join us! Current selections are generally grouped in two or three months of a particular theme, are posted on the temple’s website, www.tbanj.org. Books are almost always available easy from area libraries, or online, or at local bookstores. And when they are not, the Temple will secure several copies of the book for us to share. The book group is free and open to the community. The temple is located at 300 East Northfield Road, Livingston, entrance on East Cedar Street. Register online at www.tbanj.org or call 973.994.2290.
The fall 2017 selections’ theme is Intrigue!… murder mysteries and spy thrillers are popular in both America and Israel.
On Thursday, September 7, at 7:30 PM, A Possibility of Violence by D.A. Mishani will be discussed. Think Harry Bosch…if Bosch had been born in Rishon LeZion. Someone planted a fake bomb next to a preschool and Detective Avraham Avraham investigates. He realizes this is something other than terrorism, but just what proves elusive…and dangerous. As we follow Avraham, we learn a bit about being a policeman in Israel.