Tuesday, May 26, 2020

DEADLY POLITICS

Dear Readers------For those of you who are new to reading our Cozy Chicks Blog, you may not know of some of the different books we've written.  We Chicks have written a LOT  of books.
The book highlighted below is a political suspense.  No real political folk, mind you. That would be too scary.  :)  


DEADLY POLITICS, the first in the Molly Malone Suspense  Series, was first  released in August 2012  from Midnight Ink Books.  It is now  available online from Amazon.   You can read an excerpt on my website and online.  


Welcome to Molly Malone’s world----

Politics is a blood sport in Washington, DC, and only the strongest survive.    Like the politicians she’s rubbed shoulders with for a lifetime, Molly Malone is smart and tough and savvy enough to stay out of trouble---most of the time.  However, trouble has a way of finding Molly.

Years ago, Molly Malone was driven from Washington, DC by political back-stabbing, scandals, and personal heartbreak.  But now, circumstances have forced her to start a new life in the one place she swore she’d never return to—the city that broke her heart---and face the ghosts and the enemies from her past.

As the daughter of a respected United States Senator and once the wife of a rising star young Congressman, Molly has seen it all in Washington politics
---the cynics, the sincere, and the schemers. But the brutal murder of her Congressional staffer niece brings Molly up close with Washington’s darker side. “The beautiful monuments and parks are deceiving.  Washington can be ugly.”  How ugly, Molly’s about to find out.  There are other schemers out there who may not have won elections, but are more powerful than the politicians they ensnare.   

As always, Dear Readers, thank you so much for you wonderful support and continued readership.  



1 comment:

robinjack said...

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