The Mogul Sheriff

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Sheriff Millie faces many challenges after the recent tornadoes that tore through Mountain County. Millie is trying to balance sorting out her personal and business affairs with being the Sheriff. To complicate her life a dangerous fugitive returns as does an old romantic interest. They add danger, mystery and romantic distraction to Millie’s life. The question is can Millie juggle it all? More

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About Michael O'Gara

I'm a novelist and I love my work.

I live in Missouri with my wife Ronda who provided photographs and art work for some of my book covers. We both graduated from Fontbonne University in St. Louis where I earned MBA and MFA degrees. My favorite thing to do is write.

I have published several novels in the Millie Mystery Thriller series. The published eBook titles in the Millie series (in chronological order) are: The Happenstance Marshal, The Deliberate Sheriff, The Persistent Sheriff, The Windfall Sheriff, The Mogul Sheriff, The Mentor Sheriff and "The Caring Sheriff".

My work includes a historical action adventure "Sword, Cross and Crown." It is available in eBook and print format.

I have also written thrillers titled "Crossing Cassandra" and "Ambassador Death" which are part of the Cassandra Crossing series. A mystery thriller titled "Generational Sin" will be released in 2014 as will a yet untitled romance novel and a western titled "Gunnerson's Gunners".

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Review by: Stan Adelman on Feb. 03, 2014 :
Best yet in a very good series. I recommend reading them in order; start with happenstance. You'll care about what happens to the people in the story.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Betty Dunn on Aug. 05, 2012 :
Title sparks your interest. How can a sheriff be a mogul and not be crooked? Loved it.
Betty Dunn
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Mary Moore on March 20, 2012 :
Millie seems like a "real" person. Very good storyline.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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