This book could also have been titled “Why the Jews hate Jesus.”
As documented in the gospels and in Acts, most Jews rejected Jesus at every turn. They weren’t impressed by miracles, teaching, etc.
This book rips St. Paul in many ways.
We Catholics are usually told the Jews rejected Jesus because He was not the Messiah that they expected. The author’s point of view is that the exegesis of Hebrew Scriptures in the New Testament is thoroughly flawed.
In about 225 pages, the author covers the main arguments against Jesus (based on scripture – why I put this thread in the scripture forum.)
A shorter discussion of the same subject is in “What You Should Know About Jews and Judaism” by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein. Eckstein is the Rabbi you may have seen in the “Eagle’s Wings” appeals for aid to Jews, on television.
These books reveal the opposition to Jesus in Biblical times up to the present.
(Whoops: I don’t have the book in front of me; the author’s name may be Klingenhoffer. I picked up the book at the public library.)