Ed Lazenby allows himself to be roped into being a volunteer tutor at a local middle school. Retired, he has little else to do, other than play golf, hang around with his friends, Ernesto Cardozo, and the Wertheim sisters, Violet and Rose. Oh, and occasionally stick his nose in police investigations. And, since it’s only a couple of hours, three days a week, what can go wrong?
As Ed finds out the first week of his volunteer stint—a lot. When the school principal, an officious bureaucrat who rubs him the wrong way, is found dead in his office with a pair of pruning shears in his chest, Ed is the number-one suspect, because he found the body. The only way he can clear himself is to find the real killer. But, how do you do that when you’re the one the police think did it?
If you want to find out, check out Murder is as Easy as ABC, the fifth book in the Ed Lazenby cozy mystery series, available in a few days in paperback and Kindle version.