This is the fifth book in my Paul Jacobson Geezer-lit Mystery Series (I also have one other book published, The V V Agency). Octogenarian Paul Jacobson returns to Hawaii for a vacation with his family and becomes involved in a series of crimes, while struggling with the problems of his short-term memory loss. He faces a number of strange coincidences involving acts of vandalism, drug dealers and two murders. Paul puts all the pieces together, escapes a watery grave, and with the help of his friends, solves the murders.In this era of multiple forms of publishing (paper, audio, e-books), I still find it enjoyable to hold a book. I don’t agree with the doomsayers who believe printed books will disappear. I feel we will continue to have a world of diverse forms of reading.
So fellow writers, do you still get a kick out of holding a printed copy of your latest book?