Tim Soloff thrives on it. He needs it, too. His fiancé broke their engagement. His career is in a coma. He’s got an anti-Semitic boss who always gives him the sure-to-fail assignments. (Sometimes he even pulls them off.) This time, though, he has no information, no money, no backup — and everybody’s chasing him. When he joins a pop band as an undercover agent, he discovers there’s a lot more waiting for him than he bargained for — including Yiddishkeit.
But will he live long enough to find his way back?
Henye Meyer’s brilliant and spine-tingling thriller may read like a parody and is sure to become this year’s #1 suspense novel. Read it at your own risk.
It's a spoof on Jewish thrillers, and there's not a dull moment between the covers.