Pristine sand beaches and luxury condos make Sunset one of Michigan’s most popular tourist hotspots. While it might be a vacation paradise for most visitors, it was a living hell for Molly Parsons. The daughter of a crackpot religious fanatic, Molly grew up miserable and poor on the ugly edge of town. After finally escaping Sunset and swearing she’d never return, Molly heads for the mean streets of Detroit and falls into a job she loves – as a bounty hunter. When a case leads her back to Sunset, Molly ends up in the arms of the man of her dreams. She returns to live in her hometown and takes on a new career as a detective for the Sunset Police Department.
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In Bloody Sunset Detective Molly Parsons discovers a holiday weekend is anything but relaxing.
After barely surviving her last case, Molly is looking forward to nothing more than kicking back and enjoying the Independence Day weekend. Unfortunately, a murderer has other plans.
Howard Lane was a cheat and an embezzler, but that didn’t mean he deserved to be chopped up with a meat cleaver. At least Molly doesn’t think so.
Along with a homicide to solve, Molly also has to babysit Wall Street’s most notorious fraud artist. What she doesn’t know is that he is being stalked by the Grim Assassins, a righteous trio of self-styled avengers of crimes against the economy who will stop at nothing to reap their vengeance.
As if her life isn’t complicated enough, Molly finds herself attracted to a charming federal agent with secrets of his own.
Fireworks, gunplay, and murder guarantee this Fourth of July in Sunset will be a memorable one.
“Molly Parsons is a beguiling character who fully deserves to be the star of a long, successful series of return engagements.”
- Don Hutchison, author of The Great Pulp Heroes
“… McGarvey's books are fast-paced, enjoyable crime novels that are better than many of the crime novels currently in print.”
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