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A sample of the Parker DuPont, P.I. bundle by James Paddock read by Josiah Bildner. (From Driven by Death)

Parker DuPont is a family man; wife, three children, sister. There is a father though that relationship has walked a highwire for quite some time. As happens to many men Parker’s age, he faces the mid-life thing and decides he wants to hang his own shingle rather than spend the next twenty-plus years as a St. Petersburg police detective. Private investigator sounds very appealing, and so off he goes into the private world to become his own boss. Readers of Parker DuPont, P.I. have enjoyed Parker’s humor as well as that of his quirky kids and his school principal wife whose pastime involves paints and brushes on canvas. Oh, and there’s his now and then partner, Stormy Stine, who looks more like a grandmother than an ex-secret service agent, as well as his sister, Randi Leigh, who suddenly finds immense interest in what her big brother is doing. With this great 4-book set you can take the entire ride with Parker and his family and friends.

Driven by Death
Detective Parker DuPont turned in his letter of resignation (he forgot to tell his wife) and is just weeks away from officially hanging his P.I. shingle, when he catches his first case. At first he thinks it’s a joke being played upon him by a colleague jokester. It is certainly not a joke. Charlie Porter was struck by a golf ball and killed on the sixth fairway of a Riverview, Florida golf course.

Accidental death by golf ball, it is ruled.

But there are no witnesses, nor does anyone come forward to fess up as to being the individual who hit the ball. Charlie’s wife at first believes it was not an accident, but a payback for crimes committed decades before. She soon recants, claiming simple ravings of a distraught widow. Charlie’s employer, however, chooses to go forward with the investigation, directing Parker to find the answers. Was it accidental? If not, who was the killer? What is Mrs. Porter really hiding? And who the heck is Parker’s partner, ex-secret service agent, Stormy Stine? A grandmother looking for work?

Remembering Death
Lester Winters, in early stages of Alzheimer’s, submits to an experimental procedure (a pacemaker for his brain) to restore his memory. He first recalls a dead woman who, it is assumed by his wife, is his mother from years past. As weeks go by and Lester’s ‘pacemaker’ does its job, he recalls that it is Caroline who is dead, not his mother. His wife decides that it’d be prudent to hire an attorney to help find the answers. The attorney hires Parker DuPont, who soon discovers that there is a lot more to Lester’s memory than just a dead woman by the name of Caroline. He remembers where she is buried. He also remembers the face of the killer and is scared into silence that the killer remembers him.

Secrets in Death
Sky Deakins doesn’t believe that her husband committed suicide; however, to get to the truth she may have to reveal a secret that she’s kept close to her heart for twenty-three years, twenty-two of which she has been a widow. It’s a secret that she’s thinking she may not want to take to her grave anyway. At 80 years of age, that time may not be far off. And what does the 2016 future senatorial candidate, Dallas Maguire, have to do with any of it? And what about Gracie’s secret? Will Randi Leigh make Parker an uncle? Can Parker and his dad actually become friends? Who is it that has secrets in death?

Lost in Death
Hieronymus is not only ready to die, he wants to die. It’s his time; however, the laws of Florida forbid him from carrying it out on his own. Self-murder they label it. How many of the youngsters—a title he freely applies to anyone under the age of sixty-five—who put their blessings on such a law would change their minds about the whole self-murder thing once they, themselves, come to realize their days are at an end and there is no point in trying to hold on, that there is no longer a life while certain death hoovers about them like a cold fog? And then when they do die why does the law make it so hard on their survivors? These are things Hieronymus thinks about while carefully navigating his oxygen tank from the bed to the bathroom to the kitchen to the sofa. Sometimes he goes to the window to gaze out at the golf course, regretting the choices he’d made in his life, irritated that so often they weren’t his choices at all. It was about time he did something right; took control of his final choice, his choice as to how and when to die.

What could possibly go wrong?

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