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Nursing Homes Are Murder
A Paul Jacobson Geezer-Lit Mystery, Book 6
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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. Then someone tries to smother Paul.
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.
Full Moon - Bloody Moon (book two), Chase Dagger and his cohorts confronted the curse of the Addison family. Paul Addison had been an unassuming character, quiet and subdued, but with one lethal flaw: he had been born on a Friday the 13th during a full moon. All of the men in the Addison family born during an identical occurrence inherited the same curse, transforming them into bloodthirsty predators. But Paul Addison had a fiery end to his life.
In this entry, the fourth of the Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit Mystery Series, crotchety octogenarian Paul Jacobson becomes involved in a series of crimes while struggling with the problems of his short-term memory loss. On a honeymoon cruise to Alaska with his bride, Paul must deal with mayhem, missing people, and murder. He has to use all his geezer resources to solve a case of international intrigue.
Got a problem? Mike Reardon, the repairman, can fix it. Your son in debt to a dope dealer, your captain steal your plane or boat? Someone has put a hit on you? If you can find Reardon, he'll repair the problem... even if he has to reach beyond the law.
Nothing is as it seems in Cedar Point, Indiana. Three gang members appear to have died of natural causes. Then the medical examiner completes the autopsies and discovers the victims are missing their brains. When something strange rears its ugly head, the police turn to Chase Dagger. Aided by a partner who is a shapeshifter, unique high-tech toys, and a team of unusual cohorts, Dagger has a way of solving the most bizarre crimes. Although the case is intriguing, Dagger has something more important to deal with.
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.
The Indiana Paranormal Investigators are spending the night in a gothic mansion on the outskirts of Cedar Point, Indiana. Four people are participating...only three remain in the morning. There have been other disappearances and homicides in the past connected with the mansion. And the one common denominator has been the weather.
Fatal Storm finds Dagger and his entourage spending a night in the mansion to seek answers.
The Ghost Squad is a combat-hardened special force trained to operate behind enemy lines. Its mission this time is to find a renegade American with an Australian accent, code-named Stingaree, who is sending information via short-wave to the Japanese regarding American troop movements. The idea is to capture the man and remove him from New Guinea and replace him with a look-alike imposter who will transmit erroneous info to the Japanese. This is vital, so that U.S. forces can land troops in Dutch New Guinea with a minimum of casualties.
Veritas Pharmaceuticals is a corporate powerhouse. But many of the drugs Veritas puts on the market are extremely dangerous, even potentially fatal and Bruce Andrews, CEO of the company, is well aware of it. Andrews isn't about to let that or anything get in the way of Veritas's profits. Gordon Buchanan is devastated when his brother dies: and very suspicious. Could the drug his brother was taking have caused his death? The more Gordon investigates the more evidence points to Veritas.
Antiques picker and ex-FBI agent Jeff Talbot figured he was about to make a killing when Nathan Rose offered him all the antiques in his newly deceased aunt’s house dirt cheap. What Jeff hadn’t bargained for, however, was the bloodstain beneath one of the old pack rat’s priceless rugs, indicating that the death of Verena Rose was no accident. But unlike the police, Jeff doesn’t think that nephew Nathan is the culprit. Convinced the answer lies somewhere in the old woman’s cluttered house, Jeff starts rummaging....
Remembering nothing from the day before, crotchety octogenarian Paul Jacobson must become an amateur sleuth to clear himself as a murder suspect when he finds a dead body in the trash chute of a retirement home. As Paul's snooping and short-term memory loss get him in trouble with the local police, his new friends and granddaughter Jennifer help him solve an expanding list of crimes. Paul finds romance as he struggles to escape a murderer intent on a repeat performance.
It's supposed to be a relaxing fishing trip to a Puget Sound island. But, when one of Jeff's fishing buddies is killed (apparently for his lure collection), Jeff's drawn into the investigation alongside a female sheriff battling cancer. But Jeff's uncanny knack for turning up the unexpected backfires when he gets too close to solving the crime, and his agoraphobic wife Sheila is put in danger.
Dagger comes face-to-face with his past in the form of an intruder who first wants to hire him, then tries to kill him. What triggered this response? The answer lies in a series of numbers which triggers Dagger's memory and leads him to a remote city, one mile below the surface, technologically advanced yet abandoned... or is it?
Dynamic Romanian multimillionaire Nicolae Carpathia's sphere of influence steadily grows as he parlays his looks, charm, charisma and intellectual brilliance into success in business and politics. But those who oppose him or even slight him are quickly eliminated.
In this, the second of the Paul Jacobson geezer-lite mystery series, crotchety octogenarian Jacobson must solve two murders while struggling with the problems of his short-term memory loss. As Paul ends up suspiciously close to a bank robbery, kidnapping and drug bust, his granddaughter, Jennifer, helps him track down the real perpetrators.
Months after Jeff's beloved Chevy Woodie is wrecked, it's finally restored. But when he and Greer go to pick it up at the shop, they discover the asphyxiated bodies of four men. What first appears to be an accident is soon ruled a homicide. An envelope found inside one of the woodie's doors during the restoration connects the Talbot family to the murder - and leads Jeff to Los Angeles in search of a mysterious woman who may hold the key.
Tyler Vance, widowed father of four-year-old Cullen, pulled his truck onto a bank parking lot in North Carolina. An armed robber exited the bank, pointed his gun at Vance, and ordered him out of the truck. Vance responded in the only way he knew how - as a trained killer, whose deadly precision kept him alive 20 years ago as a special operative.
Chase Dagger is a private detective with seemingly no past, an on-again off-again fiancee, a scarlet macaw with photographic memory and an attitude, and Sara as his beautiful and mysterious young assistant. Chase also seems to only inherit the most unusual of cases. Such as when Sara witnesses the murder of a woman she cannot identify. Then, while visiting the Tyler Mansion, she sees a picture of Rachel Tyler.
Someone has found a way to commit the perfect crime...repeatedly. None of the witnesses or surveillance cameras recording the crimes can reveal the assailant. Cedar Point Police Sergeant Padre Martinez believes the assailant is an old nemesis, a computer savvy ex-con. But when Martinez is accused of planting evident, he must depend on his old friend, Private Investigator Chase Dagger, to clear his name and get his suspect.