Nursing Home Ninjas by Al Stevens

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At 87, Marvin's eyesight is failing, but even he can't miss the bruises on his fellow nursing home residents. The staff dismisses his concerns, so Marvin begins snooping on his own. ...Unable to engage the enemy alone, Marvin enlists the aid of his two friends and fellow residents to expose the abuser and stop the abuse. Armed only with their cunning and a collection of unlikely homespun weapons, they stalk suspects, collect documents, make clandestine videos and set booby traps to impede the enemy's advance.

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About the Authors Al Stevens is a long-time columnist for Dr. Dobbs Journal, the leading programming magazine. He is a best-selling author for MIS: Press whose books include Teach Yourself Windows 95; Teach Yourself C++, Fifth Edition; Windows 95 Games Programming; and C++ Database Development, Second Edition. Brian Underdahl has authored over 30 computer-related titles on a broad range of topics, including Windows 95, Microsoft Office, and the Internet. His recent efforts from IDG Books include Presenting Windows 98 One Step at a Time, Windows 98 One Step at a Time, Internet Bible, and Small Business Computing For Dummies.
Published March 18, 2013 by Five Star Publishing. 274 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Marvin, whose main qualification for the position of amateur sleuth is that he’s among the higher-functioning residents, enlists his grandson Freddie to hack into the Orchard Hills computer, discovers that Ollie Bates has plans to sell the place and use the land for an amusement park, and talks t...

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