Vogler’s devout adherence to the tenets of Orthodox Judaism
has consigned her to a living hell. Her sadistic husband Jake
refuses to grant Deena a get—the religious divorce that will
set her free. But providence intervenes when Jake is found murdered
in an empty Los Angeles house.
has escaped one nightmare, only to be plunged into another.
She knows that the police suspect her; at the same time, she
is chilled by the thought that someone close to her may be the
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Charlotte Jewish News
"Krich embroiders the contemporary feminist issue of agunot—Jewish
women trapped by their husband’s refusal to give them a get,
a religious divorce. . . The reader is taken into the world
of contemporary Orthodox Jewry and its timeless customs and
meaningful rituals. It also reveals the dejection and abandonment
these women feel. This is a book you won’t be able to put down."
"A taut, suspenseful tale."
The L.A. Times
"The plotting is crisp, the story well told and involving, with
the added interest of its unusual background. The faithful if
painful adherence to tradition is oddly refreshing in a day
when traditions fade so swiftly."