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Getting Old is Criminal
     

Getting Old is Criminal

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by Rita Lakin
 

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Gladdy Gold Mystery #3

The Golden Girls play Nancy Drew in their own funny and creative ways...colorful and Meshugeneh."--Mystery Scene


Gladdy Gold's exotic vacation has reached a pinnacle: a romantic soak in a hot tub with the man she adores, far from Florida and her nosy neighbors...until an urgent message concerning the safety of her best

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Getting Old Is Criminal (Gladdy Gold Series #3) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is my third book by Rita Lakin and I've enjoy each one. Gladdy and her gang of senior sleuths have you laughing out loud. I found it difficult to put this book down until the last page and then I wanted more. Now, once again, I can't wait for the next book in this series. What a delight!!
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harstan More than 1 year ago
They might be living in a Fort Lauderdale retirement community Lani Gardens, but the women of the Gladdy Gold Detective Agency live life to the fullest with gusto. Led by the irrepressible Gladdy, they take on investigations though they are not licensed sleuths. Currently the distaff detectives work on the case of the Peeping Tom, a men seen looking through the windows of the female residents, but stays in the shadows so has not been caught. --- Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ferguson hire Gladdy to find proof that his nonagenarian mother died at the hands of Lothario Philip Smythe. However, since the woman had heart trouble and there was no evidence of foul play, the doctor ruled natural causes. Alvin¿s wife believes her mother-in-law died from a heart attack as well. The detective agency learns that Philip will be in the Wilmington House retirement community so Gladdy and her sister Evvie go undercover as residents to fathom whether he is a killer. As Evvie falls in love with Phillip, evidence begins to surface that he is not what he seems. Gladdy is desperate to save her sister before someone kills her. --- This geriatric chick lit mystery is a charming and exciting amateur sleuth tale starring the golden girls. The storyline revolves around senior citizens who are portrayed as having more energy than many middle age people (at least this reviewer). Gladdy possesses her full faculties with a mind sharper than a kosher butcher¿s knife. Her relationships with the women of her agency involve friendship, trust and caring though in some ways she is the grandmotherly hen. --- Harriet Klausner