Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Spotlight: Seniors Sleuth by J.J. Chow

About the Book

Genre: Cozy Mystery, #1 in A Winston Wong Mystery Series
Publisher: J.J. Chow
Release Date: May 2015

Synopsis from Goodreads...

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 ninety-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 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.

About the Author

J.J. Chow writes Asian-American fiction with a geriatric twist. She has a gerontology specialization from Cornell University and a Master's in Social Work with geriatric field experience. She lives in Los Angeles and is a member of Sisters in Crime. You can follow her blog and find more about her other writing at jenniferjchow.com

Asian-American Author of:
  The 228 Legacy
            -Honorable Mention, 2015 San Francisco Book Festival
            -Finalist, 2013 Foreword Reviews' Book of the Year Award
  Seniors Sleuth
            -Runner-Up, 2015 Beach Book Festival 


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