[AZW] Ý Senior Moments Are Murder | by ☆ Mike Befeler #2020


  • Title: Senior Moments Are Murder
  • Author: Mike Befeler
  • ISBN: 9781432825096
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Senior Moments Are Murder By Mike Befeler Imagine waking up in a place you didn t recognize, not remembering anything from the day before and then finding a dead body Cantankerous octogenarian Paul Jacobson must solve a series of murders while struggling with the problems of his short term memory loss Paul learns about the homeless community, disreputable art dealers and the beach scene in Venice Beach, CalifornImagine waking up in a place you didn t recognize, not remembering anything from the day before and then finding a dead body Cantankerous octogenarian Paul Jacobson must solve a series of murders while struggling with the problems of his short term memory loss Paul learns about the homeless community, disreputable art dealers and the beach scene in Venice Beach, California, and must dance a geezer two step to stay out of the clutches of the police and the bad guys.
    Mike Befeler
    Mike Befeler writes the humorous Paul Jacobson Geezer Lit mystery series featuring an ocotgenarian protagonist with short term memory loss The series includes Retirement Homes Are Murder, Living With Your Kids Is Murder, Senior Moments Are Murder, Cruising in Your Eighties Is Murder, Care Homes Are Murder and Nursing Homes Are Murder His latest book is Mystery of the Dinner Playhouse, with a whole new cast of characters Mike also has two paranormal mysteries The V V Agency and The Back Wing Mike retired from the computer data storage industry to write full time He s past president of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of Mystery Writers of America.

    Senior Moments Are Murder By Mike Befeler

    Commentaires:

    Kara Whipple
    What you d expect from a dime store mystery But also wonderful bc narrated by a man in his 80s and I love my seniors

    Ken Cook
    From my retirement aged view, this was a fun book to read the protagonist s issue with short term memory and his handling of it may become a process of us Baby Boomers take Resolving multiple murders particularly from a suspect s role with the memory challenge makes this a good read.

    Cathy Cole
    In this third entry in the Geezer Lit series, Paul and his fianc e are in Venice Beach, California, preparing for their wedding When Paul decides to take an early morning walk, he discovers a body floating in the canal, and once the police discover that the victim is someone Paul had argued with, the cantankerous old geezer has his hands full getting himself off the Most Wanted list.The books in this series are, by design, formulaic The only way Paul Jacobson has of combating his memory loss is [...]

    Jeannie and Louis Rigod
    This novel is the third in a series about a man living with short term memory who simply tries to live his life and crime seems to happen wherever he is.Paul Jacobson awakens in a strange bedroom, next to a lovely, but strange woman, and doesn t know to look around to find clues there Instead he gets dressed quietly and heads out to the beach Wait a minuteis isn t Hawaii Where am I Paul is able to remember events six years older and back, so he quickly realized he was in Venice Beach, CA He meet [...]

    Ed
    3 in the Paul Jacobson Geezer lit mysteries This 2011 entry follows directly on the heels of Living with Your Kids Is Murder 2009 Entry 2 immediately followed 1, Retirement Homes Are Murder 2007 Having the series entries follow each other by weeks is probably a good idea when your protagonist is an octogenarian, especially if you plan on an ongoing series Jacobson has a short term memory problem he forgets the prior five years whenever he falls asleep and only reboots his memory by reading notes [...]

    Bonnie Ramthun
    This is my favorite of the Geezer Lit series by Mike Befeler, though I m a big fan of all of them This tale of Paul Jacobson, an octogenarian who suffers from short term memory loss, is fast paced, witty, laugh out loud funny and totally charming Paul can t remember who he is when he wakes up and though he occasionally remembers to read the notes he leaves by his bedside, he often wakes and sees in amazement that he s snuggled next to a gorgeous young chick in her seventies He always finds out t [...]

    Donnell Bell
    I have added anything by Mike Befeler to my to be read list He s an ingenious plotter and I love his protagonist Paul Jacobsen who s a hoot A crusty old man with a quick temper, Paul also has another problem While he ordinarily has a high I.Q with a photographic memory, he has what Paul himself calls foggy brain cells Meaning if he goes to sleep, the unthinkable happens and he loses his memory of what happened in the days before One thing, and one thing only, keeps him from losing his memory Thi [...]

    Nicole
    How do you solve mysteries when you can t remember what happened yesterday And how do you prove your innocence if you don t know if you are innocent These are the problems that our feckless protagonist runs into in this book I enjoyed almost everything about this book from the Paul with his short term memory problems to his interactions with his family I enjoyed the homeless community and the art community The characters were engaging and the premise was quite amusing I can t imagine having to r [...]

    Susan
    Paul Jacobson is about to remarry that is, if his problem awakening with no memory of the previous several years doesn t get him in trouble with the police Of course, being the one to find three dead bodies is not the way to avoid trouble Paul s charming wife, her teenaged grandson, and Paul s own granddaughter, safely home in Colorado, give advice, but it s Paul whose fractured brain has to put the puzzle pieces together.

    Patt
    I was disappointed in this book I loved the first two in the Geezer Lit series, but this one was too much of the same thing Not enough excitement in this book Just how often can an elderly man with memory loss be in the place where murders take place and become the suspect Not reading any in this series if they are published.

    John Worthington
    A delightful book that has a good mix of humor and mystery This book is about an 80 year old man that wakes up almost every morning without his short term memory On top of that, he keeps finding dead bodies How would you like to wake up each morning to a women his new spouse you don t recognize

    Catherine
    In book three, Paul Jacobson copes better with his short term memory issue, with the help of his new bride Marion, and an assortment of sympathetically drawn homeless people As he stumbles onto murder, Paul discovers the cut throat art world of Venice Beach, CA Senior Moments Are Murder was another fun read in this series.

    Stephanie
    This book was enjoyable to read and because I liked it I do plan to put the other books on my to read list However, some of the events were so ridiculous that I found myself saying, Oh come on really Easy to read, good vacation book.

    Diane Heath
    Book 3 in the Geezer lit mysteries finds Paul Jacobson waking up in a new place Venice, California with an unknown woman Marian He goes for a walk and discovers the body of an unknown man A typical Jacobson day.

    Steve
    Really enjoyed it Really starting to care about the main characters, and Paul finally goes through the book without making total bone headed questionable decisions.

    Lizzytish
    Fun, light romp with dementia Nice break from any heavy kind of reading Third in the series.

    Doreen
    This is a great new author Loved it

    Nancy Haddock
    Another fun installment with a fabulous character

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