Nursing Homes Are Murder
A Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit Mystery (book 6)
by Mike Befeler
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-893035-89-8
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. Interrupting a third attempted sexual assault, Paul figures out who the culprit is. The bad guy tries to abduct Paul at gunpoint, but Paul escapes when a resident in an electric wheelchair runs into the bad guy.
“A Hawaiian vacation goes awry for memory-challenged Paul. Enjoy the laughs.”—Library Journal
“The lighthearted fifth Paul Jacobson mystery takes the crime-solving octogenarian and his family to Hawaii. Will appeal to cozy fans.”—Publishers Weekly
“Despite the fact that Paul remembers very little, someone thinks he knows too much. Often amusing.”—Kirkus Review