Tuesday, November 11, 2014


by Maggie Sefton

I'm excited!  The 3rd and final in the Molly Malone Suspense novels is now available.  BLOODY POLITICS picks up the suspense where POISONED POLITICS left off and ramps up the action.  Molly has been trying to piece together bits of information she's learned from the beginning pages of DEADLY POLITICS.  But powerful players have a great deal at stake and will eliminate anyone who threatens to expose them.  Molly inches closer to the truth. . .dangerously close.  The back cover copy will give you a taste of what's happening-----

The jogger’s throat was cut leaving a pool of blood on the pedestrian path. Molly Malone could tell by the neon yellow running shoe dangling off the end of the stretcher that the body belonged to her friend Natasha Jorgenson.  A junior congressional staffer, Natasha was on her way to meet with Molly to hand over important research on an international banking bill. Natasha was the third person who knew of the research to die. Molly fears she won’t be the last.  As she and her colleagues are targeted by break-ins, wiretaps, and harassment, Molly discovers that powerful players are working out a plan to change the course of history . . . and they will stop at nothing to make sure they succeed.

Crackling with tension and suspense, the latest Molly Malone mystery from New York Times bestselling author Maggie Sefton is a masterpiece of intrigue that will leave you breathless.   

Praise for the Molly Malone Suspense series:

“A marvelous look at the shady underbelly of insider Washington.”—Mystery Scene

"Sefton has a sharp ear for dialog and knack for writing strong female characters.”—Library Journal

I hope you decide to give BLOODY POLITICS a try.   It's available in Trade paperback from bookstores and online as well as in E-book formats from Amazon, BarnesandNoble.com, and other
E-book retailers.


Dr. Mary Kennedy said...

Happy for you, Maggie, it's such a great series. I read DEADLY POLITICS and loved it!

Anonymous said...

I've not read this series. But it sounds really good and like one I need to check out.