I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter: Thirtieth-Year Reunion (Book 3)
Jim MacKenzie recalled the promise made to his wife Thelma, on her dying bed to help their boy find a good woman. Jim gave his word, although he had no idea how difficult the undertaking would prove to be. That is, until George, a friend of his at the Senior Citizens Center introduced him to a dating service called seekinglove.com. He figured George knew what he was talking about, because he took his advice and found the perfect girl for Doyle. She was the prettiest apple on the tree. He could hardly wait to tell his son the good news. There was only one thing on Liz Blackstone’s mind as she pressed her back against the wall—her picture might be on next week’s front page, under the caption ‘Missing Woman.’ Her meddling neighbor had pulled some idiotic stunts in the past, but this one topped them all.