Molly Miranda: Thick as Thieves

Molly Miranda: Thick as Thieves

by Jillianne Hamilton


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Molly Miranda is back for more hilarious and exciting adventures in professional burglary.

This time, Molly is thrown into the high-stakes world of art theft. She and Rhys, her partner-in-crime, travel to France to steal a priceless work of art with the help of a new business connection-an artist with her own set of unique skills.

But drama is also brewing back in New York. Molly's younger sister shows up at her door for a tumultuous visit. Ruby, Molly's best friend, is head over her heels for a police officer who suspects there's more to Molly than meets the eye.

Relationships have never been easy for Molly but things get extra tricky in Paris, the most romantic city in the world. Will Molly and Rhys finally master the art of love?


Praise for Molly Miranda: Thief for Hire


"How much fun is this? I'm loving the debut from Hamilton-now I need more about her sassy, sometimes awkward and always brave heroine, Molly Miranda. Stealing other people's stuff has never been so charming. Bravo!"
- Patti Larsen, award-winning author of the Hayle Coven series

"It's tense and smart-alecky. It's likeable without being sweet. It's sexy and tough, and as apt to kick you in the pants as to kiss you on the cheek."
- Award-winning author Leo McKay Jr.

"Molly Miranda is a fun read with some good messages of self awareness and identity laced through the humour and suspense."
- Author Natalie Corbett Sampson

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780993987045
Publisher: Tomfoolery Press
Publication date: 07/07/2016
Series: Molly Miranda , #2
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 5.24(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.57(d)

About the Author

Jillianne Hamilton is a writer and graphic designer. Her first novel, Molly Miranda: Thief for Hire, was published in 2015 and nominated for the Prince Edward Island Book Award (Fiction) in 2016.
Jill studied Journalism and Interactive Multimedia in college and her writing has been published in The Truro Daily News, The Sackville Tribune-Post, Macleans OnCampus and the PEI Writes 2013 Anthology.
She grew up in Nova Scotia and now lives in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island with her husband.

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