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Death of a Scam Artist

Mike Befeler

Publisher: Encircle Publications

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Summary

A retirement home hides a surprising amount of intrigue and danger in this novel by a two-time finalist for the Lefty Award for Humorous Mystery.   A failing retirement home needs to be turned around—and unfortunately, the job has been given to a financial hatchet man who dislikes old people. But his foray into the world of geezers and geezerettes will turn out to be a life-transforming experience.   He must deal with a suspicious death, a scam, a hit man, an unexpected romance—and retired magician Jerry Rhine and his five wacky sidekicks known as the Jerry-atrics. And he will face the most important decision of his life when he uncovers the secret behind an unusual murder…   Praise for Mike Befeler’s mysteries:   “Witty, clever, and wholly entertaining.”—Margaret Coel, New York Times-bestselling author of the Wind River Mysteries   “Delightful.”—Maggie Sefton, New York Times-bestselling author of the Knitting Mysteries
Available since: 08/15/2017.
Print length: 250 pages.

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