"This superior follow-up to 2015's Jewish Noir showcase a wide range of
settings and plots linked by Jewish characters and themes. The
judiciously chosen selections will make fans of quality short crime
fiction hope for a third volume."
set of stories touching on Jewish identity, religion, and history.
Standouts include Steven Wishnia, Joy Mahabir, and Rita Lakin."
"A brilliantly edited collection that had me reading 'just one more.'"
–Heidi Slowinski, author of The House on Maple Street
"Some seriously good stuff here... this goy loved it."
–Lee Child, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"[Wishnia writes for] a diverse audience of intelligent readers.... I eagerly await his next venture into any period of Jewish history."
–Jewish Book World
"Jewish Noir will dazzle crime fiction readers of every variety."
–Jenny Milchman, USA Today bestselling author of As Night Falls
"A little angst, some healthy cynicism, a touch of guilt, a few wisecracks and some very good stories. What else were you expecting?"
–Michael Moorcock, author of Mother London
"A hearty mazel tov to the ingenious team who created and assembled this vivid and wide-ranging collection."
–Linda Barnes, author of The Perfect Ghost
"The foreword of this book is cleverly written by the famed mystery writer, Lawrence Block, who states it perfectly, 'Jewish Noir II, is a rich collection of wonderful tales wonderfully told.'"
–Jewish Book Council
"The dark deeds, noir, and crime promised in the title all make delicious appearances for a fun, and entertaining read."
–Man of a Book: A Bookish Blog