Made For Murder

Made For Murder

by Paul McGoran

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Made For Murder by Paul McGoran

Just picture this - the hunky casino dealer that socialite Helena Swann meets in Las Vegas turns around and marries her stepsister for money. But Helena starts an affair with him anyway. And now she discovers that a Bible-quoting P.I. suspects him of two brutal murders. Tension mounts as our mercenary beauty finds herself caught between a rich fiancé and a murderous, but charming conman named Samson Porter - a/k/a Shoo-fly.
What would you do? Help Shoo-fly bribe the detective? Turn him in to the cops? Or would you run like hell before he decides to cut your throat? These are questions Helena Swann must answer in this edgy neo-noir thriller.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692499337
Publisher: New Pulp Press
Publication date: 08/13/2015
Pages: 284
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Paul McGoran lives in Newport, Rhode Island. In his life before fiction, he was a laboratory technician, a Russian language interpreter for the U. S. Navy, a career marketing executive, a management consultant, and a day trader. As a writer in the crime genre since 2005, his inspiration comes in equal parts from spending way too much time watching black and white film noir from the forties and fifties, and from reading way too many hard-boiled detective stories.
A short story by Paul, The Thanks You Get, was published by the U.K. webzine PulpPusher. Besides Made for Murder, he has a second novel available, The Breastplate of Faith and Love, which carries forward many of the same characters from the first novel and introduces a series P. I. named Stafford Boyle. He is currently working on a third novel, Sooner or Later, Delicate Death, which takes Stafford Boyle back to his old hometown to solve the revenge murder of the bully who terrorized his childhood.

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