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A Farewell to Legs: An Aaron Tucker Mystery-- book review
In A Farewell to Legs, the second installment of the Aaron Tucker Mystery Series, Aaron is back on the trail again, this time trying to ferret out the murderer of a former high school classmate, a D. The deceased leaves behind a bombshell of a widow, a secret bankroll of 13 million, and a cloud of political controversy, all of which lead Aaron to a barrel of red herrings. But in the life of Aaron Tucker, one mystery is never enough though he'd be quick to tell you otherwise. He's also been delegated the odious task of tracking down Buzbee School's secret stink-bomber.
And, much to Aaron's consternation, his wife, the beautiful attorney Abby Stein, is being stalked by a former client. All in a day's work for the diminutive freelance writer, who, as procrastinator extraordinaire, would rather be doing anything but investigating. Ratings and Reviews 1 2 star ratings 1 reviews. Yes No Thanks for your feedback! Aaron is enjoying catching up with friends at his high school reunion when Stephanie gets the call that her husband, a political activist, is murdered.
The plot and sub-plots move along well, and I do like the characters. Unfortunately, the author is too obvious with his political leanings and he pays no attention to the passage of times. Then again, I want to live in a world where every day is Saturday. How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author's style Explain the rating you gave Don't Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book's price Recap the plot. Work-at-home dad, devoted husband, hustling freelance writer, aspiring screenwriter-all ways to describe the unwilling sleuth Aaron Tucker, whom one reviewer dubbed a combination of "Bart Simpson and James Bond.
But in the life of Aaron Tucker, one mystery is never enough though he'd be quick to tell you otherwise. He's also been delegated the odious task of tracking down Buzbee School's secret stink-bomber. And, much to Aaron's consternation, his wife, the beautiful attorney Abby Stein, is being stalked by a former client. All in a day's work for the diminutive freelance writer, who, as procrastinator extraordinaire, would rather be doing anything but investigating.
I was actually going to give this four stars because I liked the mystery, but it got too complicated and unbelievable near the end. I will certainly continue reading the series because I like Aaron Tucker and his children.
A Farewell to Legs
I don't know his wife as well, but I like that Aaron is so crazy about her. I recommend Cohen's books especially for those who love mysteries but need a break from "raw and gritty. Aug 12, Ana rated it liked it. I enjoyed this lighthearted mystery, although I will admit it is less for the mystery itself, and more for the main character's description of his lifestyle as what we call in our house, the "involved in the house" AKA flexible, home-based parent who both works and handles the kid schlepping and bulk of the domestic duties.
The fact that the main character is a dad makes it even better. Mar 11, Tracy rated it really liked it Shelves: Like the other two Aaron Tucker mysteries I read previously, I found this highly amusing and entertaining. I listened to the audio version while in the car, and I think Damon Abdallah does a great job as the voice of Aaron Tucker. I think there is one more AT mystery that I haven't read yet, and I am looking forward to it. I highly recommend for a fun and light-hearted mystery series! Jul 09, Matthew Shepherd rated it liked it.
I doubt if I would have read it, were it not for the funny title, but this turned out to be quite an amusing little mystery. Written in a style similar to that of Donald Westlake, "Legs" has a far-fetched plot, but amusing characters and a highly readable tone.
Bring it on vacation, or read it while you're on hold. Oct 31, Jan rated it really liked it Shelves: A Farewell to Legs is not your usual cozy mystery. Aaron Tucker is reluctant sluth, a stay at home Dad, in love with his wife and his two children and is a very funny man. The characters are well drawn and the humor is never forced. Mar 05, Martin rated it really liked it. Started reading this on a whim and was hooked and stayed with it.
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It is highly readable and a page turner. I would recommend this book - not the book of the year, but great entertainment value and Jeffrey Cohen is funny, witty and in touch with modern trends. Mar 31, Jeannie and Louis Rigod rated it it was amazing. Jeffrey Cohen can write a book for me anyday.
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The humor, the understanding of a family dealing with a strong Son, and mysteries to boot. This book had me laughing and struggling to figure out the various clues as I went along. I do recommend this book and the entire series. Jun 21, Patty rated it it was amazing. The second in the Aaron Tucker mysteries is just as funny and just as fun as the first. Cohen is good at making you guess, and at misdirecting you so you are surprised at the ending.
May 10, Dawn rated it liked it. Same as first, quick and easy read. Jun 30, Amy rated it liked it. Aug 05, Alexis rated it it was amazing.
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All the asides and wisecracks make this little "whodunnit" a fun read. Aug 31, Audree rated it liked it. Jul 04, Colleendearborn rated it it was amazing. May 30, Cindy rated it really liked it. Snappy dialogue with unexpected villain for the murder portion of the mystery.
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May 15, Mandy rated it really liked it. Sep 03, Cynthia Rielley rated it it was amazing. Can't wait to start the next. Great characters, good subplot and nice pacing.
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A fun quick read! Dec 21, Blogbaas Van 'tVliegend Eiland rated it really liked it. Jan 09, Ellie rated it really liked it Shelves: I love as this series. As I said in another review, decent plot, great characters, humor, a family I'd love to know! And, as the mother of a son with Asperger, a real demonstration of inclusion! Lisa rated it really liked it Jan 31, Andrew rated it liked it Mar 24, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.
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