'The Yiddish Policemen's Union,' Chapters 13 through 23: "if your son was Messiah..."


"... then I guess we're all in trouble," Landsmen tells the father of the murdered man in his dirty hotel home. The case Landsmen is not officially working on is significantly complicated once the victim is identified, and the detective can't seem to stop getting himself into ever more serious jams. And of course, it continues to be strange times to be a Jew.