Who’s Killing All My Old Girlfriends by Jon Spoelstra
Charlie North visits his old girlfriends for a story in his blog. After each visit, somebody murders the old girlfriend. Charlie quickly became the top suspect with cops in LA, Chicago, and Miami. Desperate, Charlie investigates the first murder. To help him, he hires a private detective, Reggie Parker, the daughter of a retired LAPD friend. As they dig up clues, Charlie dutifully reports their findings in his blogs.
The blogs go wildly viral, shaking up the investigations of all three murders.
There’s a rousing finish at a lonely Oregon beach house where everything becomes clear, justice prevails in strange ways, and there’s at least one surprise where you smack the side of your head saying, ‘who knew?’
This is a fast read. Old guys like things fast.
Being old ain’t easy, but it’s fun chasing down a killer.
Buy the book, and follow the author on social media:
“I was young just minutes ago.”
Ah, weren’t we all.
So, not accepting that I’ve turned into a typical old man, I wrote a mystery novel involving some nifty old guys, “Who’s Killing All My Old Girlfriends.”
If you’re over 50 years old, I suspect that you’d enjoy this novel. If you’re under 50 and have a favorite grandpa, buy him this book. He’d think kindly of you and probably put (keep) you in the will.
I was so encouraged by my early readers, I wrote a sequel, “Who’s Killing the Fountain of Youth.” More rave reviews came from my test readers, all oldsters.
You might as well get started reading. I’m now writing the third book in the series, “Who’s Killing All the Good Old Bank Robbers.” So, get crackin’, you’ll have fun.
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