Bugs by Regis McCafferty
A Hays McKay Mystery

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"Terrorist activities in the United States are not confined to foreign agents. Marvin ""Ike"" Miller is an escaped federal prisoner: a fugitive terrorist with a new twist, a load of hate over the killing of his half-brother by ATF, and a plot to bring martial law and chaos to America.
Bugs is the story of one man's efforts to destroy the plan and Ike Miller in the process. And he has less than two weeks to do it. Hays McKay is a pipe smoking investigator with a small agency in Columbus, Ohio, who stumbles onto Miller’s plot while looking into the death of a black fisherman, affectionately known as Bugs, in the eastern part of the state. McKay is analytical, intuitive, funny, passionate, yet totally without feeling when someone close to him is threatened, which is evident when he executes two men who attempt to rape his fiancé. But he has his own demons: booze, a past that includes a tour in Granada as a Marine sniper, a lost love, and time spent in Pakistan, some of it along the Afghan border."

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Published January 22, 2003 by iUniverse. 272 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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