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Till the Old Men Die By Janet Dawson,

  • Title: Till the Old Men Die
  • Author: Janet Dawson
  • ISBN: 9780449221334
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • When Dr Lito Manibusan, a Filipino professor of history at Cal State, is murdered, Jeri Howard s father, a colleague of the victim, hires her to find the man s next of kind and learn the truth behind his death Jeri learns a lot, especially about old friends and political feuds, and finds herself following the twisted trail of clues that led to the man s murder.
    Till the Old Men Die When Dr Lito Manibusan a Filipino professor of history at Cal State is murdered Jeri Howard s father a colleague of the victim hires her to find the man s next of kind and learn the truth behind

    One thought on “Till the Old Men Die”

    1. Another good readI decided to read this book after reading her first book Janet is a fine writer She really researched for it I admire that.

    2. Good writing I enjoy this writer, developed plots and good characters Grammar is good, unlike some of the kindle books I have downloaded I will read by this author.

    3. Almost predictable.Good start Nice info on the history of the Philippine government Towards end i could just about map out the scenes for the ending Still a good read.

    4. Till The Old Men DieJeri, the P.I again mixes a case with a little romance against the background of Filipino history if you enjoy WWII history, this one is for you

    5. TILL THE OLD MEN DIE VGDunlap, Susan 2nd in seriesWhen Dr Lito Manibusan, a Filipino professor of history at Cal State, is murdered, Jeri Howard s father, a colleague of the victim, hires her to find the man s next of kind and learn the truth behind his death Jeri learns a lot, especially about old friends and political feuds, and finds herself following the twisted trail of clues that led to the man s murder.It was a little light for me, but not a bad read and run that it s set in the East Bay. [...]

    6. I struggled to get through this book it seemed to go over the same stuff and was tedious Not sure what the problem was I enjoyed another Jeri Howard book I had read.

    7. It was a decent book but there were too many details in some areas I still enjoyed the book, though I enjoyed the first book, Kindred Crimes, much .

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