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The Latke in the Library & Other Mystery Stories for Chanukah

by Libi Astaire

Oy vey! When elderly mystery writer Agatha Krinsky falls for the fifth time, her nephew Sheldon insists she move into an assisted living facility. True to form, on her first day in her new home Agatha discovers a body in the library. But the staff won’t take her seriously, and even her elderly luncheon companions â?? Herschel Perlow, Miss Eppel, and Ronny and Rubles Bernfeld â?? are more interested in talking about bodies they encountered in their earlier careers than helping Agatha solve her mystery.

Included in this humorous Chanukah-themed homage to Dame Agatha Christie are these four short mystery stories: The Latke in the Library, Evil Under the Wick, And Then There Were Gornisht, and The Olive Cracked.



Macbeth

by William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare is almost universally considered the English language’s most famous and greatest writer. In fact, the only people who might dispute that are those who think he didn’t write the surviving 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and several other poems still attributed to him. Even people who never get around to reading his works in class are instantly familiar with titles like King Lear, Othello, Hamlet, Macbeth, and Romeo & Shakespeare.

Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s most popular tragedies, and it tells a tale about a man whose thirst for power and ambition leads him down a path of corruption and evil, all in an attempt to fulfill what he sees as his destiny. Macbeth is definitely one of Shakespeare’s darkest and most psychological works, as it truly looks at themes like corruption, evil, and guilt.



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by АлександÑ? Ð?Ñ?мак

A casual acquaintance radically changes Artem’s life. He leaves his former girlfriend and thinks of starting a family with a new sweetheart. But nothing turns out the way he has plannedâ?¦

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As You Like It

by William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare is almost universally considered the English language’s most famous and greatest writer. In fact, the only people who might dispute that are those who think he didn’t write the surviving 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and several other poems still attributed to him. Even people who never get around to reading his works in class are instantly familiar with titles like King Lear, Othello, Hamlet, Macbeth, and Romeo & Shakespeare.

As You Like It is obviously not one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays, but it is one of his more lighthearted. The play is a comedy about a young girl who leaves home with a bunch of characters, and eventually the play ends as a love story.



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