Friday the Rabbi Slept Late (The Rabbi Small Mysteries #1) - Harry Kemelman, George Guidall

I've been shamefully slacking on my S&L updates and now have a bunch to post in order to catch up to my final read to finish the game. Moving on from square #55 where I opted to skip the book prompt, I rolled a single die and got a four which took me to square #59. I didn't have a problem finding a book that was written more than ten years ago on my TBR and chose "Friday the Rabbi Slept Late" by Harry Kemelman. The first of a series, it was written in 1964 and is performed by George Guidall, who's one of my favorite narrators. Overall it was just an okay murder mystery improved by Guidall's narration. So while I did appreciate learning more about the rabbi's traditional approach to his vocation and seeing the social workings of his congregation and the Jewish community, the whodunit wasn't very satisfying.  



Progress to Date:



 1. Author is a woman / start: Their Lost Daughters by Joy Ellis


     Roll #1 - Two Dice Roll:  3 + 3 = 6

     Timestamp: 2019-02-24 21:59:09 UTC (working on the screen shot thing) 


 7. Author's last name begins with the letters A, B, C, or D: The Mysterious Affair

     At Styles by Agatha Christie 


     Roll #2 - Two Dice Roll:  5 + 5 = 10

     Timestamp: 2019-02-26 07:26:51 UTC


17. Genre - horror: The Mummy Case by Elizabeth Peters (skipping horror)


       Roll #3



21. Set in Europe: My Family and Other Animals by Gerald Durrell


       Roll #4



32. Genre: thriller: The Dry by Jane Harper


      Roll #5



40. Characters involved in the entertainment industry: Queen of Hearts by Rhys 



      Roll #6 



46. A book that has been on your tbr for more than two years: The Devil's Novice

      by Ellis Peters


      Roll #7



55. Is more than 500 pages long: A Local Habitation by Seanan McGuire (skipping

      500 pg. book)


      Roll #8



59. Was published more than 10 years ago: Friday the Rabbi Slept Late by Harry