The Gun Also Rises: An Aaron Tucker Mystery

The Gun Also Rises: An Aaron Tucker Mystery

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by Jeffrey Cohen
     
 

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In a prequel to the Aaron Tucker Mystery series, freelance reporter and work-at-home dad Aaron investigates the death of a minor league baseball player under mysterious circumstances while trying to determine who framed his six-year-old son Ethan (not yet diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome) with a diabolical crime--bringing a water pistol to his first-grade class.

Overview

In a prequel to the Aaron Tucker Mystery series, freelance reporter and work-at-home dad Aaron investigates the death of a minor league baseball player under mysterious circumstances while trying to determine who framed his six-year-old son Ethan (not yet diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome) with a diabolical crime--bringing a water pistol to his first-grade class. It's a New Jersey mystery with Aaron's patented sarcastic point of view.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013068902
Publisher:
Jeffrey Cohen
Publication date:
08/28/2011
Series:
Aaron Tucker Mysteries , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
169,189
File size:
78 KB

Meet the Author

Jeffrey Cohen is the author of the Aaron Tucker mystery series (FOR WHOM THE MINIVAN ROLLS, A FAREWELL TO LEGS, AS DOG IS MY WITNESS) and the Double Feature Mystery series (SOME LIKE IT HOT-BUTTERED, IT HAPPENED ONE KNIFE, A NIGHT AT THE OPERATION), and as E.J. Copperman, the Haunted Guesthouse mystery series (NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEED, AN UNINVITED GHOST, and the upcoming OLD HAUNTS). His mysteries include plenty of laughs along with the suspense and the puzzler. His hobbies include referring to himself in the third person

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The Gun Also Rises: An Aaron Tucker Mystery 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice little story. I have read novels that have taken less and fleshed it out to 350 pages, with mostly irrelevant details such as the color of the carpet, the furniture placement, where the windows were located, the last three owners of the home, landscaping details, the weather , when the only relevant point was that the character needed to turn his car around in the driveway. The author assumes you already know the characters and their life circumstances, so he gets right to the story. It is a refreshing change,
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
29 pages ? Dont waste your time