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As Dog Is My Witness: Another Aaron Tucker Mystery (Aaron Tucker Mysteries) ebook

by Jeffrey Cohen


In this, the third Aaron Tucker mystery, Aaron, fresh from a . .I like Aaron Tucker and his family and wish there were more books in the series. Apr 26, 2012 Pekoe rated it it was amazing. As Dog Is My Witness, by Jeffrey Cohen.

In this, the third Aaron Tucker mystery, Aaron, fresh from a . However, this one is from 2005, so this looks like the end. I will definitely look for other Jeffrey Cohen books. Oct 22, 2012 Jennifer rated it it was amazing.

This book involves Aaron Tucker in the customary assortment of cases to be cleared up either as part of his earning a living . Natural curiosity is not one of freelance writer Aaron Tucker's traits. So, even having solved two previous murders, it would take a lot to get him involved in a third.

This book involves Aaron Tucker in the customary assortment of cases to be cleared up either as part of his earning a living as free-lance writer or out of the obligations of friendship. The most tricky of these cases involves a murder in which there is a strong suspicion that the confessed killer did not commit the crime. In this case, it takes a call from his friend Lori Shery, leader of the Asperger Syndrome (AS) support group he's part of. He owes Lori so many favors that he doesn't hesitate to look into a murder for her.

In this, the third Aaron Tucker mystery, Aaron, fresh from a trip to Hollywood to "take meetings" on his screenplay, finds himself dragged kicking and screaming once again into investigating a murder, this time of a man in a nearby town shot while walking his dog at night.

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In this, the third Aaron Tucker mystery, Aaron, fresh from a trip to Hollywood to take meetings on his screenplay .

In this, the third Aaron Tucker mystery, Aaron, fresh from a trip to Hollywood to take meetings on his screenplay, finds himself dragged kicking and screaming. Aaron Tucker, aspiring New Jersey screenwriter and occasional freelance journalist, puts on his sleuthing hat after a young man with Asperger's syndrome is arrested for a senseless murder. Despite damning evidence, including the accused's confession and possession of the murder weapon, Tucker uses his autistic son to pursue the truth.

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In this, the third Aaron Tucker mystery, Aaron, fresh from a trip to Hollywood to "take meetings" on his screenplay, finds himself .

"In this, the third Aaron Tucker mystery, Aaron, fresh from a trip to Hollywood to ""take meetings"" on his screenplay, finds himself dragged kicking and screaming once again into investigating a murder, this time of a man in a nearby town shot while walking his dog at night. The young man accused of the crime has Asperger’s Syndrome, the same autism-related disorder that Aaron’s son Ethan has had since birth.Aaron is hip-deep in the investigation when he’s assaulted by visiting Visigoths―no, wait, that’s just his wife Abby’s brother and his family, come to visit for a week. But then a local mobster becomes aware of Aaron’s poking around in the killing, and wants him to stop. It’s going to be an especially interesting holiday season for New Jersey’s funniest height-challenged amateur sleuth."
Quashant
This is from the first series of three amateur detective tales published by Jeffrey Cohen, titled the Aaron Tucker Mysteries. Following this series, he did another with different cast and setting, but with the same good-natured, good-humored, style and story. These were called the Double Feature mysteries, the hero being manager of a movie theater dedicated to comedy films only. As a change of pace, in name only, we have now available a new series, the first book of which I thought to be quite admirable, Night of the Living Deed (A Haunted Guesthouse Mystery). The major change, which might earn him the coveted "On the NY Times Best Seller List" award, uses his nom de plume; he is now E. J. Copperman. All, I see, are now on kindle, and enabled for robot reading, which is an aid to those of us whose vision is not up to par or who just like being read to.
This book involves Aaron Tucker in the customary assortment of cases to be cleared up either as part of his earning a living as free-lance writer or out of the obligations of friendship. The most tricky of these cases involves a murder in which there is a strong suspicion that the confessed killer did not commit the crime. While engaged in his investigations, Aaron also has to contend with his wife's family visiting out of exaggerated impulses to thrift but a source of misery to all and sundry in the household. I will go so far as to say that Aaron emerges alive despite the evil forces arrayed against him so that he can participate in one more novel by Cohen.
I can recommend the book to all who can do without the spilling of blood, the detailed examination of guts, and the menacing evil streets of the urban setting. Cohen keeps us interested with humor, plot line, characters, and Lust (but only for his wife, the Lawyer).
Maldarbaq
Natural curiosity is not one of freelance writer Aaron Tucker's traits. So, even having solved two previous murders, it would take a lot to get him involved in a third. In this case, it takes a call from his friend Lori Shery, leader of the Asperger Syndrome (AS) support group he's part of. He owes Lori so many favors that he doesn't hesitate to look into a murder for her.

Michael Huston was shot one night while out walking his dog. The police already have a suspect in custody, Justin Fowler, a young adult with AS. And they have a good case against him, too. Justin has a fascination with guns bordering on the obsessive. The antique pistol used in the murder was found in his room. And he's confessed to the crime.

While Aaron agrees that the evidence is pretty bad, he also understands AS since his son Ethan has it. One thing he knows is that someone with the disorder would not shot a person without a very good reason. And since Justin never met Michael, there's no way he would have shot him on a whim.

Aaron starts investigating in the usual places. Michael's marriage was the model of perfection. He was well liked and had no enemies. So, who would want the man dead? Aaron's just started poking around when three goons from a legendary mobster tell him to stop. Is there a mob connection?

Meanwhile, Aaron's friend Mahoney needs Aaron's help tracking down the saboteur who is undermining him at work. The cars Mahoney has just repaired are broken again just a few minutes later. Plus, Aaron's brother-in-law and his family are coming to stay for a week. To say that Aaron doesn't get along with Howard is an understatement, and Aaron's wife Abby tries desperately to get along with Howard, sometimes turning her back on her own family in the process. Looks like it's going to be an interesting and busy week.

This is another great entry in the comedic mystery series. Once again, the first person narration is full of wry observations on the proceedings, usually filled with lots of sarcasm and one-liners. I was grinning and chuckling the entire way through.

The book tries to juggle three storylines. While it does a good job of entertaining with all of them, the story line with the visiting relatives seems to take over at times, slowing down the murder investigation. That's not to say the pace ever lagged. No matter how late I was reading, I had a hard time putting this book down. The murder case does have a couple of nice twists as well, and I never saw the ending coming.

Aaron's family has always been a draw in this series. Because of Howard's visit, they get more page time then in past books. Aaron's relationship with Abby has always been wonderful. Even with the problems they go through here, I still love this portrait of a happy marriage. Ethan's AS has always been present, but it is really developed in this book, and I finally began to understand the disorder.

This series is another winner for those who like their mysteries with a liberal dose of humor. Here's hoping the wait isn't too long before the next installment.
Nahn
I love Cohen's writing style! His stories are always interspersed with humor. He always has some mini plots along with the main plot to keep you guessing & engaged. His supporting cast of characters draw you in as well. I particularly like that he educates readers about Asperger's syndrome through the character of his son in the story. This particular series is a really good read!
Samulkis
This book attracted my attention because of the picture of a Dalmatian on the front. As a mystery it is sort if interesting and it kept my attention. The whodunit aspect of the book was a little easy, for me, at least. The author has an agenda which involves educating the reader on Aspergers Syndrome. I learned something about it fom this novel. It was inexpensive. There was some humor which kept me amused. I thought it worth the time to read.
roternow
Just love how Jeffrey Cohen weaves a complex tale of family, friends and mystery, and makes it all work together. The additional insights (beyond what's in the first two Aaron books) about Asperger's Syndrome really help us understand his relationship with his family and especially his son. The mystery kept me guessing all the way. A real page turner. And hilariously funny at times. More Aaron Tucker please!!
Ylonean
A great easy read. Funny in a witty way- no cheap jokes, more of an organic laugh. The kind of funny we all wish we were in real life. But the humor doesn't come at the pace of a quality mystery. Definitely recommend, along with his other books!
I am hcv men
I really enjoy these books there is the perfect amount of humor thrown in with a good mystery. I wish there were more books in this series
As Dog Is My Witness: Another Aaron Tucker Mystery (Aaron Tucker Mysteries) ebook
Author:
Jeffrey Cohen
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