A Farewell to Legs

A Farewell to Legs Review

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." 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.C. lobbyist whose enemies finally stick it to him, literally, with a six-inch steak knife. 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."

Title:A Farewell to Legs
Edition Language:English

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  • Erin L

    This cozy mystery series replaces the standard 30-something woman escaping the rat race to run a business in a small community with a stay-at-home dad to 2 children (one autistic) whose wife is a defe...

  • Barb

    Thoughts of attending a class reunion evoke a lot of different emotions within us. Sometimes those emotions war against each other. It was no different for Aaron Tucker as his 25th high school reunion...

  • Liisa

    Having just completed this book, I want to explain why I gave this book 5 stars.... It's not because this book is a classic or likely to become one. It's not because this book has a 5-star plot or 5-s...

  • Carl Brookins

    This author needed to dial it back a little. I mean, do we need a joke, a funny line, a pun or a toe-stubber on every page, nay, in every paragraph? Somewhere there is someone involved in our popular ...

  • Barbara

    This is the second novel featuring screenwriter and stay-at-home dad Aaron Tucker, and it's wonderfully witty and smart. Tucker is charged with investigating two crimes, one being the unfortunate deat...

  • Mark Baker

    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 ...

  • Patti

    I enjoyed this title just slightly less than For Whom the Minivan Rolls; I felt the humor was a little forced at the beginning, and once in a while throughout the book. I still love how Aaron and his ...

  • Uber

    Aaron tucker comes across as someone who is too much in love with his wife to be real. Of course, he is fictional, but the inordinate time and mush-episodes that find their way into the book make me w...

  • Susan

    A high school reunion leads Aaron Tucker into a murder investigation when the sexiest girl in his school, now a very attractive woman, learns that her husband has been killed. She gets freelance write...

  • Marilyn F

    Another one I'd have given a 3.5 to if I could ... his humor is good, though for me there was just simply too much of it, and a piece of his murder mystery that was just wrong, couldn't have happened ...