Big Kahn, The

From Neil Kleid, the writer of Brownsville, comes a story of intrigue at the synagogue. At Rabbi David Kahn’s funeral his long-lost brother shows up with a community-shattering revelation – that the spiritual leader wasn’t actually Jewish. As his family starts to collapse in on itself and the community no longer trusts them, it’s up to young Eli Kahn, David’s youngest son, to attempt to bring order and stability back to his family and his father’s memory.

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