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by Mike Befeler

eBook Care Homes Are Murder (A Paul Jacobson Geezer-Lit Mystery) download ISBN: 1410462404
Author: Mike Befeler
Publisher: Wheeler Publishing; Large Print edition (December 18, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 373
ePub: 1586 kb
Fb2: 1826 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Mystery

Care Homes Are Murder book

Care Homes Are Murder book. Yes, Paul Jacobson is a wonderful main character, and Befeler backs him up with a strong supporting cast. Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit mystery - crotchety octogenarian Paul Jacobson returns to Hawaii for a vacation with his family and becomes involved in a series of crimes while struggling with the problems of his short-term memory loss.

Аудиокнига "Care Homes Are Murder: Geezer-Lit Paul Jacobson Mystery, Book 5", Mike Befeler. Читает Jerry Sciarrio. Мгновенный доступ к вашим любимым книгам без обязательной ежемесячной платы. Слушайте книги через Интернет и в офлайн-режиме. Слушайте книги через Интернет и в офлайн-режиме на устройствах Android, iOS, Chromecast, а также с помощью Google Ассистента. Скачайте Google Play Аудиокниги сегодня!

Care Homes Are Murder (Paul Jacobson Geezer Lit Mystery Book 5). Mike Befeler. Befeler's fourth series entry is enjoyable for the scenery, the observations about cruise ship operations, and the Agatha Christie-like summation.

Care Homes Are Murder (Paul Jacobson Geezer Lit Mystery Book 5). Nursing Homes Are Murder (Paul Jacobson Geezer Lit Mystery Book 6). The murder keeps you guessing, and the subject of memory loss is sensitively treated. Lively fourth mystery featuring octogenarian Paul Jacobson. The story's endearing zaniness keeps boredom at ba. -Publishers Weekly.

Octogenarian Paul Jacobson returns to Hawaii for a vacation with his family and becomes involved in a series of crimes, while struggling with the problems of his short-term memory loss.

Listen to unlimited audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Octogenarian Paul Jacobson returns to Hawaii for a vacation with his family and becomes involved in a series of crimes, while struggling with the problems of his short-term memory loss. He faces a number of strange coincidences involving acts of vandalism, drug dealers and two murders. Paul puts all the pieces together, escapes a watery grave, and with the help of his friends, solves the murders. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

In this, the fifth of the Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit Mystery Series, cantankerous octogenarian Paul Jacobson must solve a series of murders while struggling with the problems of his short-term memory loss

In this, the fifth of the Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit Mystery Series, cantankerous octogenarian Paul Jacobson must solve a series of murders while struggling with the problems of his short-term memory loss. Paul returns to Hawaii for a vacation. He’s caught up in murder and mayhem and must escape violent drug dealers while meeting some of the quirkiest characters you can imagine.

Care Homes are Murder (A Paul Jacobson Geezer-Lit Mystery). good mystery, plot moves right along. the situations paul jacobson gets into are hilariuos and unusual. they fit together like braided hair. meyer, henry, and paul seem like men you'd like to know

Care Homes are Murder (A Paul Jacobson Geezer-Lit Mystery). meyer, henry, and paul seem like men you'd like to know. jennifer and austin are cool, too. mr. jacabson's short term memory loss is a type I had never heard of except for victims of head trauma.

series A Paul Jacobson, Geezer-Lit Mystery You have this audiobook. Paul Jacobson, who suffers from short-term memory loss, becomes an undercover resident at a nursing home to help the Honolulu police track down a sexual assault perpetrator. The police give Paul the names of three persons-of-interest and Paul begins investigating. None of the three appear suspicious. Things go downhill when the woman who had been assaulted is found murdered. Paul meets interesting residents, including a woman with synesthesia, a woman who eats soap, and a woman who races wheelchairs. After another sexual assault, someone tries to smother Paul.

Humorous and heartbreaking. Library Journal Befeler's book is a humorous example of the new sub-genre geezer-lit. Sometimes sad, but mostly funny, his tale of a plucky sarcastic "old fart" will win your heart. Mystery Scene Magazine Paul Jacobson is one tough old dude that will leave you laughing at his antics, and shaking your head at his "cure" for his memory loss. He is a riot, and it is worth every minute of your time to read his story. Coffee Time Romance and More.

Written by Mike Befeler, Audiobook narrated by Jerry Sciarrio. Care Homes Are Murder. Living with Your Kids is Murder. A Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit Mystery, Book 2. Geezer-Lit Paul Jacobson Mystery, Book 5. By: Mike Befeler. Narrated by: Jerry Sciarrio.

Care Homes Are Murder. In this, the fifth of the Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit Mystery Series, crotchety octogenarian Paul Jacobson returns to Hawaii for a vacation with his family and becomes involved in a series of crimes while struggling with the problems of his short-term memory loss. The morning after arriving in Honolulu, Paul finds a dead body in the Honolulu Yacht Harbor. Things go downhill from there as he becomes enmeshed in a number of strange coincidences including acts of vandalism and another murder in a care home.

In the fifth Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit mystery, crotchety octogenarian Paul Jacobson returns to Hawaii for a vacation with his family and becomes involved in a series of crimes.The morning after arriving in Honolulu, Paul Jacobson finds a dead body in the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor. Things go downhill from there as he encounters a number of strange coincidences, including acts of vandalism and a murder in the care home where his friends reside. Paul must use all his geezer resources to escape a watery grave and solve a case involving the local drug cartel while struggling with his short-term memory loss.
Comments: (7)
Winn
I've enjoyed Mike Befeler's "Geezer Lit" series since the first book, Retirement Homes Are Murder-- probably because the main character reminds me of my own grandfather in so many ways. Paul Jacobson has a bit of a short fuse and tends to shoot off his mouth when he should keep it closed. He also has short-term memory loss. Every morning when he wakes up, he's completely forgotten everything that's happened in the recent past. That last thing alone would turn most people into curmudgeons, but not Paul. In spite of everything, he's been incredibly blessed with a son and daughter-in-law who love him and include him in as much of their lives as possible. His granddaughter thinks he's the bee's knees and loves spending time with him. He's found love for the second time, and his wife doesn't mind waking up every morning to be asked who she is. He's even found a way to cope with his memory loss: before bed, he writes down all the events of the day so that he can read it all when he gets up in the morning. Yes, Paul Jacobson is a wonderful main character, and Befeler backs him up with a strong supporting cast.

For my money, Care Homes Are Murder is the strongest book in the series so far. The Jacobsons see and do as many things as possible, and as a result, the setting of Hawaii comes to life. The mystery itself is truly intriguing, with just enough plot threads to keep me guessing. In fact there were several times that the author set me up to believe that something specific was going to happen. Each and every time I got that idea in my head, nothing happened. Befeler really kept me on my toes.

This is a series that could easily get repetitive-- Paul having to write down the day's events each evening, none of the police believing that short-term memory loss malarkey, and so on. Befeler avoids the repetition, and I particularly appreciated the fact that Paul didn't have the same old run-around with the police.

The humor in this book is what helps put it a big step above the rest in the series. Paul and his granddaughter are a formidable-- and funny-- team of sleuths, and Paul's son's fixation on renting white SUVs is a laugh-out-loud running joke throughout the book. And then... there's the inclusion of a new character referred to as "Hurricane Madeline." Madeline is a force of nature who could easily be turned into a caricature, but Befeler gives the woman depth. And funny! I was almost rolling in the floor with laughter several times. Madeline comes within an eyelash of stealing the book away from Paul, and I hope this isn't the last time I see her.

A mystery that kept me guessing, a tropical paradise for a setting, wonderful characters, laugh-out-loud humor, and the chance to see a vital group of people of all ages who love each other and love spending time with each other. Speaking of love... I love this series, and I can't wait to see what kind of trouble Paul Jacobson gets into next!
Chillhunter
If you want some light reading before bedtime, or while riding a bus, or waiting in a doctor's office, this would fill the bill. It is a fun read, with characters performing in their predetermined ways. Some discussion of the tourist setting adds a little interest, too.
Vathennece
Five stars for Mike Befeler!!!! This series is wonderful and well worth your time. His characters are loveable and you'll wish they were related to you. Please check out his other books.
Garne
I enjoyed the light hearted Paul Jacobson's way of handling his extreme memory problem. I look forward to more!!! Thank you, Carol :)
Togor
All of the senior murder mysteries are outstanding. It just goes to show you no matter how old you are seniors are serious & can do anything. Easy & fun reading.
Hrguig
Good knowledge of Hawaii, but disappointing after reading his very funny The Back Wing which makes vampires and werewolves humerous. Care Homes are Murder is a so-so book. Go read The Back Wing instead!
Stoneshaper
Great that Harry found a wife and they saved the snuck. Will the lawyer get married .Will his wife get upset with all the murders
This book was a little far fetched but fun. It was fun to have a book that didn't tax my brain so much. Enjoyable.