John McMahon: The Good Detective


Stunned by grief, blunted by alcohol

Detective PT Marsh is creating a history of bad decisions.

A favour for a woman he barely knows has him investigating a man he thinks he killed.

Of course his fingerprints are all over a crime scene. But this, and the murder of a teenage boy may have connections. Even broader, the threads lead back the American Civil War.

Conspiracy, twists and turns await you in The Good Detective a debut series by John McMahon.

~ June Lorraine


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4 comments

  1. I like your description: “a history of bad decisions”. Those make for the most interesting books.

  2. Sounds excellent, June. Love the tagline, too.

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