Monday, March 27, 2023

The Murder of Madison Garcia by Mary McCreary


Sometimes the truth doesn’t set you free―it gets you killed.

Detective Susan Ford notices a missed call on her phone from a number she doesn’t recognize, and when Madison Garcia, a woman with past ties to the town of Monticello, New York, is found stabbed to death the next morning, Susan realizes that Madison was the one who had called her. But why?

Susan teams up with her father, retired Detective Will Ford, to find the killer, and their investigation soon threatens to uncover Madison's family secrets―an inheritance, accidental death, money laundering, extramarital affairs, and family rivalries, just to name a few―and they don’t appreciate the Fords digging into their business.

As the investigation twists and turns, the Fords discover that Madison was planning to confess to a long-kept secret, but someone brutally silenced her. Everyone she knew is a suspect. Anyone could be her killer.

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After graduating from George Washington University with a B.A. in American Literature and Political Science, Marcy McCreary pursued a career in the marketing communications field. For 25 years, she held roles in marketing and sales at various magazine publishing companies and content marketing agencies.
 Her debut published novel, "The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon" (CamCat Publishing) was a finalist for a Silver Falchion Award for Best Investigator Mystery. It is the first in a series of detective novels featuring a father/daughter detective team, Will and Susan Ford. "The Murder of Madison Garcia" will be released on March 28, 2023.

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My Thoughts....
If you are looking for a mystery/thriller I have found your next read. McCreary is new on the seen with her writing and I will say as an avid reader I did enjoy this read. A huge shout out to Suzy Approved Book Tours Thank you for sharing this one with me.
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