With Conversations with Rabbi Small, Harry Kemelman adds layers of depth to one of the most beloved characters in contemporary fiction. Rabbi Small’s investigative talents and great learning come in handy while he’s vacationing in the mountains one June—even though there’s no murder to be solved. Faced with performing an emergency conversion, the rabbi must bring his celebrated tenacity and intuition to bear on a different kind of problem. Joan Abernathy has asked Rabbi Small to convert her so she can marry a Jew. The couple’s quandary prompts him to delve deep into the philosophy and history of Judaism. As he answers their difficult questions, Rabbi Small realizes it is not Joan whom he must convert. Veteran narrator George Guidall has been personally approved by the author’s estate. As you listen to his rich performance, you will find yourself sitting right in the rabbi’s rustic cabin, sipping ginger ale, and being drawn inextricably into the fascinating conversation. If you enjoy the rabbi’s company, be sure to check out the Rabbi David Small mystery series, available exclusively from Recorded Books, Inc.