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A prim bookseller and her hardboiled ghost team up to catch a cunning killer inů

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Welcome to Bushwhack, New Mexico: home to tourists, the great outdoors, and murderů

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Friendship. Second chances. Lots of dogs!

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A secret no one dared whisper...

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In service to His Majesty, one must be prepared for Hell.

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Loucinda McGary

Loucinda McGary

Blogging at Fresh Fiction

Loucinda McGary | The Wild Irish Sea...Top Ten
July 8, 2010
My third romantic suspense with paranormal elements, The Wild Irish Sea, hit the shelves this  Read More...

Loucinda McGary | Anniversaries
August 27, 2009
First I want to thank all the wonderful folks at Fresh Fiction for inviting me here today and  Read More...

Blessed with the gift of "Irish Blarney" Loucinda McGary (everyone calls her Cindy) became a storyteller shortly after she learned to read. If she didn't like the way a story ended, she made up her own ending. In high school, between history and algebra homework, Cindy wrote stories featuring herself, her friends, and their favorite movie and rock stars. After college, she published a couple dozen poems in "little magazines" (the equivalent of e-zines in those pre-internet days) and even wrote a couple of novels. Then life intervened. Family and career became her top priorities, though she could never quite stop dabbling in writing. Also along about this time, vacations became a must and she developed an almost legendary love of travel that took her all over the United States and abroad in one and two week stints.

A long-time reader of romances, Cindy discovered and joined Romance Writers of America in 2001. But her stressful career as the manager of a multi-million dollar State and Federally funded program prevented her from doing much writing or traveling. She still managed to squeeze in a little of both, but not enough of either to be truly satisfying. Finally, at the end of 2003 she decided to take an early retirement from her career to fully pursue her twin passions of travel and writing. Cindy likes to set her novels of romance and suspense in some of the fascinating places she has visited.

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The Wild Irish Sea, July 2010
Mass Market Paperback
The Treasures Of Venice, September 2009
The Wild Sight, October 2008
Mass Market Paperback




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