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Dirty Money (Brian & Darcy McKay # 2)

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DIRTY MONEY is the second in the series of thrillers starring ex-FBI agent Brian McKay and his resourceful niece, Darcy McKay. Like the first book, BONE MOUNTAIN, this latest McKay thriller starts out in Chicago and moves rapidly to an action-filled climax in Montana.

A brilliant young accountant's face is lit by the glowing computer screen in an executives office in the
Paperback, 324 pages
Published August 8th 2019 by C J Keenan Publishing
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Robert D. Hughes (Bob) is the author of the new novel, DIRTY MONEY, the second book in the Brian & Darcy McKay series of thrillers. The first entry in the series, BONE MOUNTAIN, has enjoyed popular and critical acclaim. He has also written numerous short mystery stories appearing in the anthologies, Death in a Box, Death and a Cup of Tea, Death and the Detective, Fedora and Fedora II, as well ...more

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