THE QUESTION OF THE FELONIOUS FRIENDBy E. J. Copperman/ Jeff Cohen

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A noteworthy cozy mystery about the Asperger Syndrome. I found this book hard to review as my emotions were involved. The story moved fast with several turns. I couldn’t put the book down as it held my attention. Samuel Hoenig has opened a business where he answers questions. A fellow Asperger, Tyler Clayton asked if a clerk in a convenience store is his friend. Samuel doesn’t feel he has the correct answer, buts answer the question. Samuel is shocked to learn that The clerk is dead and that Tyler is found standing over him with the smoking gun in his hand. Tyler is unable to speak and is arrested for the murder. Samuel explores the situation as he feels Tyler has been framed. I learned a lot about the Asperger Syndrome. I highly recommend this book.

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2 Responses to THE QUESTION OF THE FELONIOUS FRIENDBy E. J. Copperman/ Jeff Cohen

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I’ve read the other books in this series and enjoyed them.

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