Enter the idyllic world of the Last Stop Retirement Community!
You are the newest resident at the Mary Stuart Riley Home for People of Advanced Years, affectionately nicknamed the Last Stop by its residents. If you were thinking about quietly entering your twilight years, think again. And if you try slipping peacefully into the hereafter, your fellow white-hairs will pull you back by your ankles, all the while chanting something indecipherable but that can only mean life! No one ever dies at the Last Stop; they just decide to move on.
Where age is a state of mind and attitude is everything!
So come on in. Just watch out for Holy Moses. He's a 169-pound Mastiff who likes cherry Twizzlers, and he's known to throw his weight around. He has very strong opinions, so try to make a good first impression. You don't want him to put a little red check next to your name.
That's Beverly up there waiting for you. She'll take you through orientation and get you settled. Just don't ask her why she never fed the fish.
If you've made it this far, you'll fit right in!
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A 4.5 Out of a Possible 5
Why is this listed under Mystery?
Putting it in a different category, seriously after an hour into the narration there wasn't a hint of mystery. If you like a rambling character filled novel you might enjoy it but whoever placed it in the mystery category did it a grave disservice.
I do not understand why Amazon/Audible placed this in the mystery category. I'll admit that I couldn't stick it through the entire book but unless you enjoy reading the welcome to a retirement community letter and their newsletter of events or rather non-events like the senior who likes to sunbathe nude or the rambling about whether to get a resident cat to go along with the resident English Mastiff. Maybe somewhere over half way into the book something happens but I never made it that far.
I have no problems with the narrator, it is her material that I fault.
Didn't finish it so couldn't say.
This is another in what is getting to be a long list of books that are placed in the mystery genre that don't belong in it. As a general story of folks in a retirement community it is mildly amusing but there is nothing in it that conforms to the mystery genre.