'The Harp Murder' is a sequel to 'Murder in Bed Pan Alley'. It picks up with Tanya's life a year after she has recovered from a deadly infection, the result of her ex-husband's attempt to murder her. The setting is Israel, where Tanya is leading a group includes: Jason, a surgeon, who was particularly responsible for Tanya's infection, Natalie, his wife, Bob, Tanya's fiancee, the infectious disease specialist who saved her life, and several other physicians. Tanya's ex-husband, Rabbi Sheldon Goldberg is now living in Israel with Rachel, his second wife, but is havong an affair with Lila, a young rabbinical student. Arthur, Tanya and Sheldon's son, is also a rabbinical student in Jerusalem.
In a fit of rage, Sheldon murders his wife. He stuffs the body into a harp bag which Athur had given to him. The harp bag belongs to Tanya. Rachel's body is discovered by Jason on an early morning jog around Jerusalem. The police are called in. The Rabbi tries to implicate tanya, and Makhrim, a young Arab friend of Arthur's, in the murder. Bob, Tanya's fiancee becomes increasingly agitated by the Rabbi's conduct and arranges a secret meeting with him, with tragic results. Will the police figure out that the Rabbi is a cold blooded killer? Will justice be served? Or will the Rabbi ramain free, to kill again--.