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Old Man Peterson is a story of revenge and retribution inside one African American family. The Peterson-Kennedy clan has everything. They are wealthy and powerful. Patriarch, Hiram Kennedy, has helped several mayors, judges, and district attorneys earn their positions in life. His niece, Jannita Peterson-Davis, is a playgirl who spends her time bouncing from one woman’s bed to another and just having fun. His sister-in-law, Miss Ina, is losing her memory, but so what – she is almost eighty years old. The clan is untouchable until a plumber discovers sixty-year-old bones buried in Miss Ina’s bathroom wall and all hell breaks loose.
The family’s nice little world turns upside down when Lieutenant Abigaile Truman reports that the bones belong to Miss Ina’s murdered husband, Hiram’s half-brother, Bernard Peterson. Family legend says that Bernard went out to get Ina a quart of milk for baby son Delbert and never returned. He and a girlfriend moved to the southwest to make tons of babies. Now, DNA evidence says Bernard Peterson wasn’t even Delbert’s father; Hiram Kennedy is. That means Hiram Kennedy isn’t Jannita’s uncle. Instead, he is her grandfather, but how could that be when Ina never cheated on Bernard? What else is wrong with the Peterson- Kennedy family portrait?