Great review of Jewish Noir II in Long Island newspaper. Here's what the reviewer said about my story:

A granddaughter inherits a necklace and a packet of blood-covered documents in “The Cost of Something Priceless” (Elizabeth Zelvin). With the traditional noir edge, “Only a fool can expect the cost of acquiring treasure to be paid in full. Blood has a tendency to leak and go on leaking. So do reputation and deceit.” The story of twin generational treachery concludes with a sharp stinger of a final line.

Here's a link to the full review:

TBR NewsMedia: Jewish Noir II - Tales of Crime and Other Dark Deeds