One For The Money - The Detective Macaulay Murders Trilogy #1

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***IT’S FINALLY HERE! The 1st book in the Detective Macaulay Murders Trilogy!!***

Flirty, Frisky, Frantic and Frightening: "One For The Money" is just plain thrilling!!!!

The Detective Macaulay Murders Trilogy brings you sizzle and sleuth-boggling murder, chaos and mayhem.

Overview of One For The Money:

One corpse. One manhunt. One chance for Macaulay to trap a sadist.

The countdown begins. More

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About Ruby Binns-Cagney

Ruby Binns-Cagney is a successful Indie Author who writes hard boiled fiction, and specialises in American police procedural-based crime thrillers, and introduced a new Homicide Detective to the genre:

Detective Finkel Macaulay is unlike any other NYPD Detective. She's a third-generation African-American woman, who has been through significant personal tragedy and trauma, and wears her battle scars well. (Her character is not based on a real NYPD Detective).

With accurate factual forensic details, autopsy details and realistic crimes, the "Detective Macaulay" series of books are proving to be popular.

Ruby has an impressive following on Twitter and Facebook, and has a website and blog for more details of her services.

Ruby Binns-Cagney empowers others to become self-published Authors through her publishing company, BinnsCagneyDesign Co - find us on Facebook.

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Please visit her website and Facebook Business Page for more details about her latest books, and industry news on self-publishing.

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Reviews

Review by: Steph Anne on Aug. 01, 2013 : star star star star
This was a very good read. I liked dry and witty Detective Macaulay quite a bit as a character and the supporting cast is just as likable. Quick moving story line that jumps you right into the action with a complex plot. It keeps you reading and moving from scene to scene. The only draw-back, for me, was that this read was too short. So much was going on and the story was so interesting that though it was written well--never confusing--some parts seemed a bit too compressed as if they would have been better served drawn out longer rather than fit together so tightly. Worth the read and the end leaves you wanting more.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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