Marcie's Murder by Michael J. McCann
(The Donaghue and Stainer Crime Novel Series)

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The second novel in the Donaghue and Stainer Crime Novel series. On vacation in Virginia, Homicide Lieutenant Hank Donaghue stops overnight in the small town of Harmony, VA and is mistakenly arrested for the murder of a local woman. Detective Karen Stainer arrives from Maryland to assist in Hank's release, and to help find the real killer. Is it the abbot of a local monastery, who resembles Hank? The drunken detective with the perfect memory? Or perhaps the chief of police himself?

About Michael J. McCann

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McCann was born and raised in Petersborough, Ontario, Canada. He attended Trent University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in English, before moving to Kingston, Ontario, where he earned a Master of Arts in English at Queen's University in 1981. Mike then worked as an editor for Carswell Legal Publications in Calgary, Alberta, where he was Production Editor of Criminal Reports (Third Series). After a stint in freelance writing, he worked for Canada Customs for 15 years in Ottawa. The Ghost Man is Mike's first novel. He is now completing the first of a series of murder mysteries featuring police homicide Lieutenant Hank Donaghue.
Published April 6, 2012 by The Plaid Raccoon Press. 258 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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