Aaron Tucker Mysteries

Working at home, raising two kids, writing for newspapers, magazines and (he hopes) the movies, Aaron Tucker, the shortest, funniest freelance writer in New Jersey, has his hands full. So how come people keep asking him to solve mysteries?

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For Whom the Minivan Rolls: An Aaron Tucker Mystery
Freelance writer and work-at-home dad Aaron Tucker tells everyone who’ll listen he’s not a detective. But he’s still investigating the disappearance of Madlyn Beckwirth, who disappeared out of her bed in the middle of the night. Soon, he’s dealing with threatening phone calls, uncooperative witnesses and the nasty message left outside his house, written in barbecue sauce. The introduction to the Aaron Tucker series was called "witty, wicked and wise" by comedy writing legend Larry Gelbart. Find out for yourself!
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A Farewell to Legs: An Aaron Tucker Mystery
At Aaron’s high school reunion, the class sex symbol discovers her husband has been murdered, and guess who she asks to investigate! A tale of lust, greed, and a lizard.
"Quirky, adorable, and downright funny, Aaron is a totally endearing antisleuth. Let’s hope he keeps his screenwriting career on hold through a few more adventures."
—Mary Frances Wilkens, Booklist
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As Dog Is My Witness: Another Aaron Tucker Mystery
Aaron’s back! His front is here, too, when a local man is shot while walking his dog one freezing cold night. The young man accused of the crime has Asperger Syndrome, and when a friend asks Aaron to investigate, well, what can he do? (No, seriously: what?) While he’s at it, Aaron is busy with Mahoney’s professional crisis and an assault by rampaging Visigoths (no wait, that’s just Abby’s brother and his family, come for a visit). And then a legendary Mob figure gets wind of Aaron’s investigation—and wants him to stop.
It’s going to be an eventful holiday season for New Jersey’s shortest, funniest freelance investigator. Don’t miss out!
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