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THE CRIME SERIES WITH OVER 1.5 MILLION DOWNLOADS and 20,000+ REVIEWS - New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Mystery Series He slowly eased back on the throttle and brought the boat to a stop on the desolate river. They zipped the large canvas bag shut and then hoisted the body over the side of the boat and watched as it slipped beneath the dark surface. Looking to the wes THE CRIME SERIES WITH OVER 1.5 MILLION DOWNLOADS and 20,000+ REVIEWS - New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Mystery Series He slowly eased back on the throttle and brought the boat to a stop on the desolate river. They zipped the large canvas bag shut and then hoisted the body over the side of the boat and watched as it slipped beneath the dark surface. Looking to the west, they could see fiery storm clouds were brewing… an eery sign of the fire storm of brutal killings and ruthless revenge to come. Intense. Dangerous. Addictive. Detective Mac McRyan returns home to Minnesota to find the dead body of a retired police detective in the scraggly trees along the rough shores of an island in the Mississippi River. His nearly unrecognizable body was beaten and tortured. Mac and Detectives Lich, Riles and Rock are assigned to investigate the murder but the case is about far more than a dead ex-cop. As the detectives dig deeper and pull back the layers on the murder they get far more than they’ve bargained for. Their investigation unleashes a mysterious, ruthless and fearless opponent who will stop at nothing and will kill anyone. A heart stopping killer thriller that fans of John Sandford, Lee Child and Michael Connelly will be hooked on by one of the best new authors in crime fiction. DETECTIVE MAC MCRYAN MYSTERY, THRILLER, SUSPENSE AND CRIME SERIES: (Try your first audio book for free - click Audible Book Free Trial) FIRST CASE: Murder Alley - Book 1 + $1.99 USD Audible narration THE ST. PAUL CONSPIRACY - Book 2 - USA TODAY Bestseller DEADLY STILLWATER - Book 3 - Free on kindle FIRST DEADLY CONSPIRACY - Books 1-3 Boxset - New York Times & USA TODAY Bestseller  ELECTING TO MURDER - Book 4 FATALLY BOUND - Book 5 - USA TODAY Bestseller BLOOD SILENCE - Book 6 - USA TODAY Bestseller MYSTERIES, THRILLERS AND KILLERS - Books 4-6 Boxset - New release NEXT GIRL ON THE LIST - Book 7 (Book 6 on Goodreads) STAKEOUT - Short story (Book 6.5 on Goodreads) FIREBALL - Book 8 (Book 7 on Goodreads)


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THE CRIME SERIES WITH OVER 1.5 MILLION DOWNLOADS and 20,000+ REVIEWS - New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Mystery Series He slowly eased back on the throttle and brought the boat to a stop on the desolate river. They zipped the large canvas bag shut and then hoisted the body over the side of the boat and watched as it slipped beneath the dark surface. Looking to the wes THE CRIME SERIES WITH OVER 1.5 MILLION DOWNLOADS and 20,000+ REVIEWS - New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Mystery Series He slowly eased back on the throttle and brought the boat to a stop on the desolate river. They zipped the large canvas bag shut and then hoisted the body over the side of the boat and watched as it slipped beneath the dark surface. Looking to the west, they could see fiery storm clouds were brewing… an eery sign of the fire storm of brutal killings and ruthless revenge to come. Intense. Dangerous. Addictive. Detective Mac McRyan returns home to Minnesota to find the dead body of a retired police detective in the scraggly trees along the rough shores of an island in the Mississippi River. His nearly unrecognizable body was beaten and tortured. Mac and Detectives Lich, Riles and Rock are assigned to investigate the murder but the case is about far more than a dead ex-cop. As the detectives dig deeper and pull back the layers on the murder they get far more than they’ve bargained for. Their investigation unleashes a mysterious, ruthless and fearless opponent who will stop at nothing and will kill anyone. A heart stopping killer thriller that fans of John Sandford, Lee Child and Michael Connelly will be hooked on by one of the best new authors in crime fiction. DETECTIVE MAC MCRYAN MYSTERY, THRILLER, SUSPENSE AND CRIME SERIES: (Try your first audio book for free - click Audible Book Free Trial) FIRST CASE: Murder Alley - Book 1 + $1.99 USD Audible narration THE ST. PAUL CONSPIRACY - Book 2 - USA TODAY Bestseller DEADLY STILLWATER - Book 3 - Free on kindle FIRST DEADLY CONSPIRACY - Books 1-3 Boxset - New York Times & USA TODAY Bestseller  ELECTING TO MURDER - Book 4 FATALLY BOUND - Book 5 - USA TODAY Bestseller BLOOD SILENCE - Book 6 - USA TODAY Bestseller MYSTERIES, THRILLERS AND KILLERS - Books 4-6 Boxset - New release NEXT GIRL ON THE LIST - Book 7 (Book 6 on Goodreads) STAKEOUT - Short story (Book 6.5 on Goodreads) FIREBALL - Book 8 (Book 7 on Goodreads)

30 review for Fireball

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    Fireball is book seven in the McRyan Mystery Series by Roger Stelljes. One night Detective Dick Litch received a phone call from Sam Shead 's girlfriend worrying about him not turning up at work. Unbeknownst to Dick Sam started to investigate on his own the death of his mate Luther. When Sam's body was washed up on the side of the Mississippi River Detective Dick Litch started to investigate Sam murder with the help of Mac McRyan. The readers of Fireball will go on a rollercoaster ride with Mac Fireball is book seven in the McRyan Mystery Series by Roger Stelljes. One night Detective Dick Litch received a phone call from Sam Shead 's girlfriend worrying about him not turning up at work. Unbeknownst to Dick Sam started to investigate on his own the death of his mate Luther. When Sam's body was washed up on the side of the Mississippi River Detective Dick Litch started to investigate Sam murder with the help of Mac McRyan. The readers of Fireball will go on a rollercoaster ride with Mac McRyan and Detective Dick Lich to find Sam's killer. I love reading books in this series and Fireball did not disappoint. I was unable to put this book down until I read the last page because you never knew what was going to happen next until you turned the page. I like Roger Stelljes portrayal of his characters and the way they interact with each other. Fireball is well written and researched by Roger Stelljes. The way Roger Stelljes describes his settings always transport me to feel like I am part of the plot of Fireball. The readers of Fireball will learn about working at the White House and the pressure that it causes. Also, readers of Fireball will start to understand the importance of providing good border security to stop illegal drugs from coming across the border. I recommend this book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Small

    Roger Stelljes has created a sharp character in Mac McRyan. Regrettably, this intelligent series has not gotten the play and attention it deserves. It is an excellent, addictive, high octane suspenseful crime series! Start at the beginning to get a full appreciation of the protagonist in this series! Very cheap -or free- on Amazon books!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Teresa D. Widmer

    Fireball Oh man, Stelljes just keeps it up better and better! I've read this whole series and keep thinking it can't get any better, then wham!!! Fireball comes out. McRyan is the best character ever. If anyone out there is looking for a fast pace, can't put down thriller, look no further. Stillness is the bomb and never disappoints. Just when you think you've got it figured out there's a twist. Wow, I can't say enough good about this book or the whole series. Ill be waiting for the next one Mr. Fireball Oh man, Stelljes just keeps it up better and better! I've read this whole series and keep thinking it can't get any better, then wham!!! Fireball comes out. McRyan is the best character ever. If anyone out there is looking for a fast pace, can't put down thriller, look no further. Stillness is the bomb and never disappoints. Just when you think you've got it figured out there's a twist. Wow, I can't say enough good about this book or the whole series. Ill be waiting for the next one Mr. Stillness.....impatiently!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mike Kennedy

    Mac is back in Minnesota to help his old partner Dick Lich find a former cop who has gone missing. As they track where he has been, they stumble across a drug ring. The plot was solid, but not spectacular. There were a couple of big moments in the book that had you saying wow. I liked this book a lot, and I would recommend it to all thriller fans. That being said I don’t think this one is on the same level of the last couple books in the series. The plot dragged a bit in spots, and didn’t seem t Mac is back in Minnesota to help his old partner Dick Lich find a former cop who has gone missing. As they track where he has been, they stumble across a drug ring. The plot was solid, but not spectacular. There were a couple of big moments in the book that had you saying wow. I liked this book a lot, and I would recommend it to all thriller fans. That being said I don’t think this one is on the same level of the last couple books in the series. The plot dragged a bit in spots, and didn’t seem to keep me glued to the pages as much as the last couple books did. I wonder what is next for Mac. I enjoyed seeing him back in St. Paul, and I wonder if the author will move the series back there. I noticed another review floated the idea that Sally might be pregnant. It’s funny because I was thinking the same thing might be forth coming. Especially in reading the last couple chapters. It would be an excuse to get Mac back to St Paul faster. Not sure if it will happen or not, but I’m excited to find out. Overall I would recommend this book if you like thrillers. I am excited for the next one in the series.

  5. 5 out of 5

    SRIJITA SINHA

    Can't say I liked it! The Mac leading the investigation was only in the last 40% part. Too many repetitions of the facts narrating the same thing from this book as well as the previous ones. I read them all starting from the beginning, so the same history about McRyan pub and Patrick's room in every part of the series is tiresome; this is true for all the previous parts of the series too. Can't say I liked it! The Mac leading the investigation was only in the last 40% part. Too many repetitions of the facts narrating the same thing from this book as well as the previous ones. I read them all starting from the beginning, so the same history about McRyan pub and Patrick's room in every part of the series is tiresome; this is true for all the previous parts of the series too.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Joyce

    Fast Paced, intense Addition to This Series Woo hoo- what a roller coaster ride. This books hits lots of relevant issues from police shooting of unarmed citizens to Mexican drug cartels yet still highlighting the camaraderie and cooperation that exists among law enforcement agencies. the final chapters will leave you gasping for air. The author must have an engineering degree to be able to strategically move and place the myriad characters involved. We get to see a little different side of McRyan Fast Paced, intense Addition to This Series Woo hoo- what a roller coaster ride. This books hits lots of relevant issues from police shooting of unarmed citizens to Mexican drug cartels yet still highlighting the camaraderie and cooperation that exists among law enforcement agencies. the final chapters will leave you gasping for air. The author must have an engineering degree to be able to strategically move and place the myriad characters involved. We get to see a little different side of McRyan for reasons I’ll let the reader see for himself. I had assumed this book would pick up where the previous one left off. But that is not the case. So I assume we can look forward to that in future books. I’m not sure why Fireball was chosen for the title, however. I understand it’s role in the plot but it does not warrant title recognition, in my opinion. If you’re a fan of fast paced, cleverly constructed police procedural with compelling characters, don’t miss this book. I loved every minute of it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Enrico Tassinari

    By the end of McRyan's serie binge reading I'm eventually able to post a review of this novel but also of the whole package. I love this serie, it has great characters and offer different genres of settings and plots. There are police procedurals, whodunits, political/conspiracy thrillers, serial killers, mob stories, so you never get boored with the plot. There is a wonderful supporting cast that gives depth to Mc Ryan character. Sometimes there's some dejavu feeling if you have loved Sandford' By the end of McRyan's serie binge reading I'm eventually able to post a review of this novel but also of the whole package. I love this serie, it has great characters and offer different genres of settings and plots. There are police procedurals, whodunits, political/conspiracy thrillers, serial killers, mob stories, so you never get boored with the plot. There is a wonderful supporting cast that gives depth to Mc Ryan character. Sometimes there's some dejavu feeling if you have loved Sandford's Davenport serie, but I rate it as a plus. In this Fireball novel Mac goes back to pure police procedural (with the usual perp's POV) to the point the the TV show "The Wire" is mentioned several times in the book. There are bad bad guys, there is the law and there is also justice. If you like well plotted procedurals with a bit of action, you won't be disappointed.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    I really like “Mac” McRyan books, and I’ve given major kudos to this Author for previous books. I eagerly look forward to each new book in the series. This one… started rough and clunky. Sentences and paragraphs somehow didn’t fit together. For example, “... if we became even the most remote of a liability.” I couldn't tell if the errors were translation errors from print to ebook or simply errors. Yes, I know that sometimes characters don’t talk in complete sentences or with correct grammar. But I really like “Mac” McRyan books, and I’ve given major kudos to this Author for previous books. I eagerly look forward to each new book in the series. This one… started rough and clunky. Sentences and paragraphs somehow didn’t fit together. For example, “... if we became even the most remote of a liability.” I couldn't tell if the errors were translation errors from print to ebook or simply errors. Yes, I know that sometimes characters don’t talk in complete sentences or with correct grammar. But strange phrasing, clunky dialogue, a host of characters, and a somewhat complex (overly so?) plot made for quite a challenge. It worked its way out, as I fought my way through the first third of the book. But I have to say, I definitely fought my way through this one - I didn’t enjoy it quite as much. In a way, it felt as if I’d been dropped in the middle of a story and was missing something. The book begins with Sam Shead and the catalyst for the book’s action. That’s not so much my beef. While the plot involves a LOT of players who are easily mixed up (especially the henchmen), my confusion was more around McRyan and the St.Paul police. When we last left McRyan, he was in Washington D.C. AND I thought he was with the FBI - or at least on a special assignment. So, imagine my surprise when there’s no mention of such and, in fact, it sounds as if McRyan is at loose ends! No mention of his previous partner Dara Wire, either. Then we jump into Dick Lich and the St. Paul crew, and suddenly, I’m supposed to remember who Double Frank and a bunch of other guys are that haven’t been in the picture for several books.And I totally get that McRyan is a great detective and has some mad skills and all that… but yeah, it felt as if without Mac around, the St. Paul police wouldn’t have been able to put all of this together on their own. And while the Author alluded to that in a way that said he was trying to avoid that very thing AND he had a few other characters give Mac ‘food for thought” that helped him put the pieces together, it still just felt this side of “hmmm”. Which, I guess if I really think about it, is what most of the heroes of crime dramas are and do - they’re able to put the pieces together quicker and better than anyone else to solve the unsolvable and beat the criminals at their own games. Please remember that I LIKE McRyan and these books. And I appreciated the overall plot of this book, including the timely inclusion of cop-shootings and the various POVs (victims, cops, lawyers, public, etc.) represented. It’s scary to think that drug cartels, regardless of their origin (Mexican, Colombian, gang, or whoever) are likely pulling off scenarios such as in this book every single day and making billions of dollars doing it - right under our noses. It makes me think about the border issues as so much more than immigration. I have to say it - I’m still not a Sally McRyan fan, and so I was glad that she wasn’t in this book much. I wish that she’d grow on me, but she just doesn’t. I suspect that she’s pregnant, and so the whole 4 years in the White House thing might be shutting down sooner than she and Mac think. If she is preggers, then she might be bowing out of the major party stuff around the mid-term elections, so more around the 2-year mark. I guess we’ll see. I wish I had a good reason not to like her, but I don’t. As for the Fireball and the gang that the Author named characters after for RL friends… good on them! How fun to be immortalized in print. Hope that we don’t have to wait forever for the next McRyan book. Yes, I anxiously await it. This Author has some imaginatively insightful mystery/suspense ideas, and McRyan is a great hero. But I like him much better with Dara. Don’t get me wrong - the St. Paul guys are OK, and I like Dick Lich, but they just aren't sharp enough. Mac needs more to bounce off of - someone to really challenge him and match him; Ortega could have done that, but he turned out to be throwaway character (sad - he had potential). Don’t know where we’re headed next, but please Mr. Stelljes, keep ‘em coming! Keep Mac strong and sharp! Editors - keep pushing and challenging, because this is a great series! And as a fellow Minnesotan (growing up, at least), I always like to brag on one of our own!!!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Before you start this book, please realize it is the eighth one of a series. While it could be read as a standalone, I would recommend you start with the first title in order to understand all of the back story of the main characters. The author does his usual nice job of getting you into the story, making you feel as if you are right in the middle of the action and it is another page turner. There are some new twists and scenarios in comparison to his other titles and it was enjoyable. I picked Before you start this book, please realize it is the eighth one of a series. While it could be read as a standalone, I would recommend you start with the first title in order to understand all of the back story of the main characters. The author does his usual nice job of getting you into the story, making you feel as if you are right in the middle of the action and it is another page turner. There are some new twists and scenarios in comparison to his other titles and it was enjoyable. I picked this up for $3.99 on my Kindle and certainly received more than $3.99 worth of entertainment value out of it: if you enjoyed the previous novels in this series I am confident you will like this one, also.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Beth Schaeffer

    Another awesome McRyan Mystery. I always look forward to a the new releases and the book goes on top of my reading pile. As usual the story was great, it had some surprises that kept me turning the pages. I live in the DC area so I do enjoy the times he is working close to home but the group of characters from St. Paul are the best and never disappoint. NOTE: Be sure to read the Acknowledgements first as it makes the story and it's characters more fun. Thanks Roger for another great read! Another awesome McRyan Mystery. I always look forward to a the new releases and the book goes on top of my reading pile. As usual the story was great, it had some surprises that kept me turning the pages. I live in the DC area so I do enjoy the times he is working close to home but the group of characters from St. Paul are the best and never disappoint. NOTE: Be sure to read the Acknowledgements first as it makes the story and it's characters more fun. Thanks Roger for another great read!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Doreen

    Excellent! Love the series , except for book 4. I do not read " political" mysteries. Will not be trading book 9, after reading the reviews. This book takes us back to St Paul, where Mac helps " the boys" with a complicated case. It involves missing people, murder, torture, executions by drug dealers ( Mexican Cartel ) and is an exciting, intense story. There are brutal events and tense finale. Do not like DC involvement----- please bring Mac and Sally back to St Paul, friends , and family---- aw Excellent! Love the series , except for book 4. I do not read " political" mysteries. Will not be trading book 9, after reading the reviews. This book takes us back to St Paul, where Mac helps " the boys" with a complicated case. It involves missing people, murder, torture, executions by drug dealers ( Mexican Cartel ) and is an exciting, intense story. There are brutal events and tense finale. Do not like DC involvement----- please bring Mac and Sally back to St Paul, friends , and family---- away from the cesspool of DC!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cliff Krueger

    Compared to all the other by Mr. Stelljes I found this one to have just a few too many characters in it. Reading the prologue I knew he add some people he had met, but for me anyway, there were just too many. To try to name everyone, again, for me kind of disrupted the flow of the story. I have enjoyed each of his McRyan Mystery Series, but after getting involved with this one, I decided not to pre-order #8 but rather wait to read some of it first.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bkunkle

    Excellent police procedural I can't recommend this book strongly enough. Even if you don't particularly like police procedurals, it is still a wonderful novel. The characters, plot and pacing are all excellent. In a story such as this, there is usually a parade of interviews, witnesses and other investigative business. Stelljes just rises above all that and creates a story you can't put down. Excellent police procedural I can't recommend this book strongly enough. Even if you don't particularly like police procedurals, it is still a wonderful novel. The characters, plot and pacing are all excellent. In a story such as this, there is usually a parade of interviews, witnesses and other investigative business. Stelljes just rises above all that and creates a story you can't put down.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mercedes Salvador-McClellan

    Just up and gone The homicide department in St Paul and it's twin city were enjoying a peaceful time with just a few killings here and the; the bad just were here one day and the next they gone, disappearing without a trace. Unknowing to them a lot of evil acts were happening underneath. McRyan got a call from a close friend to the city and soon violence erupted. What'd he the cost to unraveling the mistery? Just up and gone The homicide department in St Paul and it's twin city were enjoying a peaceful time with just a few killings here and the; the bad just were here one day and the next they gone, disappearing without a trace. Unknowing to them a lot of evil acts were happening underneath. McRyan got a call from a close friend to the city and soon violence erupted. What'd he the cost to unraveling the mistery?

  15. 4 out of 5

    Leanne

    Another McRyan winner Stelljes knows how to bring exciting characters, fully developed real world stories, excellent writing and depth of knowledge together. He has created a fantastic series and Fireball continues the adventures of the whole wonderful cast of characters. I can't wait for the next installment. Another McRyan winner Stelljes knows how to bring exciting characters, fully developed real world stories, excellent writing and depth of knowledge together. He has created a fantastic series and Fireball continues the adventures of the whole wonderful cast of characters. I can't wait for the next installment.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Melody Morris

    Always love a Stelljes book!! I found Roger Stelljes quite by accident one day and have been an avid fan of his since. I have since read all of the ‘Mac McRyan’ books, and this one was stellar, as all the others have been. If you love Lucas Davenport and Virgil Flowers, give Mac McRyan a read! I promise you won’t be disappointed!! Thank YOU Roger, for another great read!!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Christina

    Fantastic Wow the story line of this book is fantastic!! I began reading and thinking its not gonna be much action with Mac not being in the cop business. This book has so many twists and turns it is unbelievable! I think this is the best book ever! Thank you Roger Stelljes for being a superb writer!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Gonzalez

    Dramatic and action packed!!!! The story takes place in At Paul Minessotta. It's full of action with central character being one of the police describes most influential in the investigation of a drug cartel controlling parts of the upper midwest drug trade. Also one of the most violent. I enjoyed the book. Dramatic and action packed!!!! The story takes place in At Paul Minessotta. It's full of action with central character being one of the police describes most influential in the investigation of a drug cartel controlling parts of the upper midwest drug trade. Also one of the most violent. I enjoyed the book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ron

    Book 7 of the Mac McRyan mystery/thriller series is another entertaining, well-written story. Mac is something of a modern day Sherlock Holmes who uses his insight, ingenuity, investigative savvy & his network of contacts to solve crimes - in this case a major drug ring which is operating in the Minneapolis/St Paul area.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Don

    Good Series.. But Author needs to dial it back a bit and cut the fluff. Good action and great characters but I don't need to know all their shoe sizes, hair styles and family history going back to third cousin fourth removed (or so it seems.) Also a lot of unnecessary repetition. This tale could have been told in about a hundred fewer pages. Good Series.. But Author needs to dial it back a bit and cut the fluff. Good action and great characters but I don't need to know all their shoe sizes, hair styles and family history going back to third cousin fourth removed (or so it seems.) Also a lot of unnecessary repetition. This tale could have been told in about a hundred fewer pages.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    Glad I found a new Mac McRyan book. Like it more when he is back home. Enjoy all his past detective friends. Sorry and disappointed in seeing his old high school friend, Ortega, being killed and taken out of the series. c Also glad to sally may be finished in D.C. in 2 years and the they can return to the twin city.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Joe Gracey

    Not just a Mulder investigation I have read all the McRyan books and this had multiple crimes to solve. I like the Irish family connection and the well developed characters. Keep the series coming and develop a spin off also.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Janet Duncan

    Great Read! This book was one of the finest reads ever. I started it and couldn't put it down. Mac MacRyan is a terrific character and with Dick Lict, they are two of the finest cops anywhere. Loved this book. Great Read! This book was one of the finest reads ever. I started it and couldn't put it down. Mac MacRyan is a terrific character and with Dick Lict, they are two of the finest cops anywhere. Loved this book.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Small

    Explosive! A page turner right up to the end! Love the Mac Mcryan series and all the characters! This story is so vivid, its like you're really there! The characters are well-defined and believable! This book keeps you guessing! Well done Mr. Stelljes! More, more, more! Explosive! A page turner right up to the end! Love the Mac Mcryan series and all the characters! This story is so vivid, its like you're really there! The characters are well-defined and believable! This book keeps you guessing! Well done Mr. Stelljes! More, more, more!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    Another great book by Roger Stelljes. While I figured out the mystery person immediately, it was still an action packed booked that kept me interested until the very end. I can’t wait for the next McRyan mystery.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Dick Knuth

    Good read Roger wants to be John Sandford. He doesn’t miss by much. His stories have the depth and detail to be believed. Having lived in the Twin Cities for a dozen years, I enjoy the locations.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Masha Schricker

    Another in the series of "fun" crime stories I finished this book quickly, although there are some surprises, it's a good solid McRyan mystery. If it's not your first, you'll get the gig. If it is your first, go back and start from the beginning - it's a great saga! Another in the series of "fun" crime stories I finished this book quickly, although there are some surprises, it's a good solid McRyan mystery. If it's not your first, you'll get the gig. If it is your first, go back and start from the beginning - it's a great saga!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lois Carkhuff

    Very good book. I look forward to reading more of his work. I like that this book is set in Minnesota / St. Paul and Minneapolis. Being familiar with the cities and surrounding areas made the story really come alive.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Bob Reim

    Another good yarn, but Mac seems to be the only one capable of solving a crime - a little far fetched. I have now read three of the series. How come in all three there is a rat in the police department?

  30. 4 out of 5

    Linda Look

    The disappearance of a former cop leads to the world of drugs, cartels and greed. Mac McRyan comes home from Washington, D. C. where his wife works for the president. He's asked to help in the investigation. This was a little longer than necessary but an enjoyable read. I rate this a 5.0. The disappearance of a former cop leads to the world of drugs, cartels and greed. Mac McRyan comes home from Washington, D. C. where his wife works for the president. He's asked to help in the investigation. This was a little longer than necessary but an enjoyable read. I rate this a 5.0.

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