The Sacrifice of Tamar


Author: Naomi Ragen

A violent crime transforms the predictable life of a young Rabbi’s wife, leading to terrible sacrifices. Tamar Fine gold is a happy young bride in one of Brooklyn’s insulated ultra-Orthodox enclaves. But this staid, predictable life is violently altered when Tarmer is raped by an intruder as she baby-sits for her nephew. Humiliated and confused, she refuses to risk the unb….Read More

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