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Sponsored by the Sisterhood and Brotherhood of Chizuk Amuno and Krieger Schechter Day School
The annual Edith Askin Community Book Review is excited to announce this year’s author, Krieger Schechter Day School (KSDS) teacher, Steve Gordon. Steve will present his Gidon Aronson thrillers In The Name of God and Confluence, as well as give us a teaser about his just finished 3rd novel in the series. A reluctant hero who just wants to be left alone, Gidon puts his all into saving lives and solving mysteries. As you travel with Gidon from the U.S. East Coast to Israel and Gaza following clues, you will feel as if you are racing through the streets of Jerusalem with him. Please join us for an afternoon full of story-telling flair.
Mr. Gordon, in addition to working on the series, teaches Geography, Ancient World Cultures, and American History at KSDS.
Event Pricing: $22/person (Sisterhood, Brotherhood members & KSDS staff); $27/non-members; $40/member couples; $50/non-member couples. Price includes Kosher lunch & book signing.
Copies of both books are available for sale in the Sisterhood Gift Shop.
RSVP and pay online below or by check to Chizuk Amuno Congregation, 8100 Stevenson Road, Baltimore, MD 21208