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by Mike Befeler

Category: Humor and Satire
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Mike Befeler
ISBN: 1594147612
ISBN13: 978-1594147616
Language: English
Publisher: Five Star; 1 edition (April 15, 2009)
Pages: 261
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Living With Your Kids Is Murder (Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit Mystery .

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. 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.

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Start by marking Living with Your Kids Is Murder (Paul Jacobson Geezer-Lit Mystery as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In this second book in the "Geezer Lit" mystery series, 85-year-old Paul Jacobson has left the nursing home in Hawaii and has flown to Boulder, Colorado, to live with his son, daughter-in-law, and 12-year-old granddaughter. Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit mystery - 85-year-old crime magnet Paul Jacobson, who suffers from short-term memory loss, moves from Hawaii to Boulder, Colo. to live with his middle-aged son, his son's wife and their 12-year-old daughter.

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A Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit Mystery, Book . 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.

A Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit Mystery, Book 2. By: Mike Befeler. Narrated by: Jerry Sciarrio. Series: Paul Jacobsen, Book 2. Length: 7 hrs and 13 mins. As Paul ends up suspiciously close to a bank robbery, kidnapping and drug bust, his granddaughter, Jennifer, helps him track down the real perpetrators. Paul juggles two girlfriends, experiences the vagaries of romance, and must find a way to stay alive when he confronts the murderer.

A Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit Mystery. This ebook may not be re-sold or given away to other people. Chapter 1. My eyes opened in the dim light. Where the hell was I?

Living With Your Kids Is Murder by Mike Befeler.

Published: April 6, 2011. Categories: Fiction Mystery & detective General. When crotchety octogenarian Paul Jacobson discovers a body wedged in a retirement home trash chute, he must become an amateur sleuth to clear himself as a murder suspect while struggling with the problems of his short term memory loss. Living With Your Kids Is Murder by Mike Befeler.

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In this, the second of the Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit Mystery series, cantankerous octogenariam Paul 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. Paul juggles two girlfriends, experiences the quirks of old age romance and must find a way to stay alive when he confronts the murderer. 
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Wanenai
First Line: My eyes opened in the dim light.

In this second book in the "Geezer Lit" mystery series, 85-year-old Paul Jacobson has left the nursing home in Hawaii and has flown to Boulder, Colorado, to live with his son, daughter-in-law, and 12-year-old granddaughter. Unfortunately the passenger sitting next to him on the plane is dead by journey's end, and since Paul was seen arguing with him, the folks in law enforcement are looking at him with very narrowed eyes.

It just so happens that Paul has short-term memory loss. Every time he goes to sleep, he wakes up with his mind wiped clean of recent events, so he's not much help when he's questioned-- and it makes him cranky. When he attends a Colorado Mountain Retirement Properties presentation (the company the dead man on the plane worked for), another CMRP employee is killed, and Paul is convinced that the property company is at the bottom of it all. In no time, he and his granddaughter, Jennifer, set out to find a killer.

This series is laced with humor, and at the heart of it is the wisecracking old fart, Paul Jacobson. He's learned to minimize the effects of his memory loss by writing the day's events in a journal each night and then reading it when he gets up in the morning. When he arrives at his son's home, the first thing he does is ask his daughter-in-law Allison what the family's daily routine is, and what chores he can take care of. Allison gives him dog-walking duty, and his walks not only let him get acquainted with the neighborhood and the town, they have a tendency to get him in hot water.

You see, every time Paul turns around, he's being pinned with committing a crime-- theft, chopping down trees, using bad language and gestures around small boys-- the list is long and confirms the fact that he is a crime magnet. Each and every time he's questioned by the police, he can't help making wisecracks, and I can picture the twinkle in his eye as he does it. The police are not amused, but Paul's got a secret weapon on his side: his very bright, very forthright, and very devious granddaughter. The two of them together make quite the team.

The identity of the killer in this book was rather easy for me to deduce, but that's not the focus of Living With Your Kids Is Murder. The real focus is Paul Jacobson himself. Mike Befeler has given us a feisty character with a disability that would make many others in his shoes give up and plant themselves in a chair by the window so they can stare glumly outside day after day feeling sorry for themselves. Paul refuses to do this. He has close and loving relationships with the members of his family, he makes friends easily and helps them as much as he can... he even winds up with two girlfriends, and by book's end is ready for yet another adventure.

Paul Jacobson will not go quietly into that good night, and we readers are the richer for it.
Zetadda
This novel was more action filled plus I liked the main character a bit more. Retired, 80's something, Grandfather, Paul Jacobson moves into his Son's home in Boulder, Colorado. Paul now lives with his son, daughter-in-law, and to his great fortune, his granddaughter, Jennifer, who currently wants to be an attorney when she grows up. Jennifer is twelve. Paul is more than lucky to have her in his life.

Paul Jacobson suffers from severe short-term memory loss and if he doesn't chronicle his day in a journal each night before going to sleep, he awakes the next morning with complete amnesia of the past six years. The diary really helps.

Paul is also the most unfortunate man in the world as to being a crime 'magnet.' In this volume, he is next to (literally,) two murders, a cash theft, a burglary, and vandalism. He offers to pay his granddaughter, a Hawaiian beanie baby for each case she and he solves. Let's just say, the girl will soon need a new shelf.

Paul is also attractive to senior Ladies. In fact he finds himself with two girlfriends and must make a choice. He does and the romance flourishes with a few close moments in closets etc.

I enjoyed reading Paul's exploits.
Coirad
Paul Jacobson wakes to the smell of beer and stale pretzels, and wonders why he's in a seedy bar. When he opens his eyes, he realizes he's on an airplane, with no idea where he's going, or for that matter, where he's coming from. But this is normal for Paul, as readers of book one in the series know. Paul suffers from a short term memory condition.

Moving in with his grown son's family in Boulder, Colorado seems like a good idea. Spending time with his amateur sleuth granddaughter is a delight. When Paul is suspected of murder, the living arrangement becomes problematic. Paul's memory condition complicates his attempts to clear his name.

The second book in the Paul Jacobson series is as fast-paced as the first. While the story is laugh-out-loud funny, the author also delivers the tribulations of senior citizens with poignancy. This was a fun read with a suitably complicated mystery.
Thabel
All of the Mike Befeler Geezer-Lit books are very enjoyable. It is interesting having a character that has problems other readers do not have; also it is interesting to have the main character be a detective type who is in his eighties. He ends up doing things that I would not have done when I was younger. I have not finished reading all of his books but I am working on it. I really do not wish to miss one of them. I started on something like the fifth book and then had to go back to the start which has worked out just fine.
Zavevidi
I fell in love with this book and the following books in this,series after reading just two pages. I've told my friends they have to read it, it's so good, and now they too are big fans of Mike Befeler! I just gave the first two books of this series to a 100 year young woman and she can't thank me enough for them. You finish one book and can't wait until the next one comes out. Get this book and I promise you, you too will become a big fan of Mike Befeler!
Pringles
The best of the genre, and well-written enough to keep turning the pages. I'm reading the entire series. A fun read, nothing deep, but good characters and a clever twist to the Geezer Lit concept.
Fearlessdweller
Predictable but still such fun to read!
great book. great service
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