Winston Wong used to test video games but has left his downward-spiraling career to follow in the footsteps of Encyclopedia Brown, his favorite childhood detective. When the Pennysaver misprints his new job title, adding an extra S to his listing, Winston becomes a "seniors sleuth." He gets an easy first case, confirming the natural death of a 90-year-old man. However, under the surface of the bingo-loving senior home is a seedier world where a genuine homicide actually occurred. Winston finds himself surrounded by suspects on all sides: a slacker gamer administrator, a kind-hearted nurse, and a motley crew of eccentric residents. To validate his new career choice (and maybe win the girl), he must unravel the truth from a tangle of lies.
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I REALLY LIKED IT, AND WANT MORE WINSTON WONG!!!
It was a very well written and narrated story...I was absorbed from chapter 1!
When Winston first comes to the nursing home to visit...
** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **
This is a fun beginning to a cute series that I would like more of! Winston is a new Detective, he has been a video game tester and was trying to get into that business with no luck, and needs a new career...he accidentally botches his new business cards from Senior Sleuth to Seniors Sleuth..and lands a case investigating the death of an older gentlemen at a fancy senior living facility...well this case is more complex then he thought and although he meets some very interesting people this may be something he does not not want to know about...very good cozy mystery...and would love to continue this series...I recommend!!!
Slow from beginning to end
It filled some time, it was slow and needs some help to make it more interesting.
That anyone would hire someone with no credentials from an ad in a paper, even though they were the criminals. The book was just about as suspenseful as a Hardy Boys book and all the mystery books, including the one used in the book, written for kids.
Maybe, I wasn't impressed.
It filled some time.
- Doug Wilkie