Till Death Do Us Part by Rochelle Majer Krich

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Branded as a murderer when her insanely religious, orthodox Jewish husband--who had refused to grant her a divorce--is found murdered, Deena Vogler must clear her name and protect herself from the killer who is still at large.

About Rochelle Majer Krich

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Author Rochelle Majer Krich was born in Germany to Holocaust survivors. She lived in New Jersey and New York before moving to Los Angeles in 1960. She received a master's degree in English from U.C.L.A. and taught high school English for eighteen years. During this time, she received the Milken Families Foundation Award for Distinguished Educator of the Year and the Samuel Belkin Memorial Award for professional achievement. In 1990, she published her first novel, Where's Mommy Now?, which won the Anthony Award. She also writes the Jessie Drake series and the Molly Blume series. Dead Air won the Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award for Best Mystery or Suspense and Grave Endings won the Mary Higgins Clark and Calavera Awards.
Published July 1, 1992 by Avon Books (Mm).
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Obsessed with manipulating his ex-wife Deena, Jake Vogler refuses to grant her a get , or Jewish divorce, even though they are civilly divorced;

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