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Marcies Murder (Donaghue and Stainer Crime Novel #2) A beautiful woman is murdered in a small town in Virginia and Homicide Lieutenant Hank Donaghue is the prime suspect Donaghue is on vacation when he stops overnight in Harmony, a quiet little town where very little happens Until, that is, the police kick down the door of his motel room in the middle of the night and drag him off to jail on suspicion of having strangled a woman behind a bar Although he insists he s a cop himself and had nothing to do with it, the local chief of police won t listen An eyewitness claims he saw Donaghue go behind the bar where the murder took place and the victim was Chief Askew s wife Stuck in a cell in a small town, surrounded by cops who are convinced he s a murderer, Donaghue must find a way to free himself and find Marcie Askew s killer before it s too late When he s finally allowed to make a phone call he dials the number of the one person he knows can help him out of this mess Detective Karen Stainer. Read Marcies Murder (Donaghue and Stainer Crime Novel #2) by Michael J. McCann – freeboooks.com

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  • 215 pages
  • Marcies Murder (Donaghue and Stainer Crime Novel #2)
  • Michael J. McCann
  • English
  • 01 July 2017

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10 thoughts on “Marcies Murder (Donaghue and Stainer Crime Novel #2)

  1. says:

    Marcie s Murder is set against the backdrop of a small town named Harmony The story explodes with a first chapter that places Lieutenant Hank Donaghue in serious trouble as a potential suspect in a woman s murder while he s on vacation there His partner, Detective Karen Stainer, arrives on the scene to help him out, and things heat up as she negotiates his freedom in no uncertain terms In an odd twist, the detectives end up helping the local police solve the murder.Donaghue and Stainer are ma Marcie s Murder is set against the backdrop of a small town named Harmony The story explodes with a first chapter that places Lieutenant Hank Donaghue in serious trouble as a potential suspect in a woman s murder while he s on vacation there His partner, Detective Karen Stainer, arrives on the scene to help him out, and things heat up as she negotiates his freedom in no uncertain terms In an odd twist, the detectives end up helping the local police solve the murder.Donaghue and Stainer are mainstays in a cast of entertaining characters McCann has created in Marcie s Murder, the second installment in the series Donahue is cool and collected, whereas Stainer is outspoken and quick to react The contrast in personalities doesn t diminish their ability to read each other when interviewing suspect...

  2. says:

    My rating a 3.5 Marcie s Murder is the second book, in author Michael J McCann s, Donaghue and Stainer Crime Fiction novels and my first time reading his work I found this to be an entertaining crime novel, with likable characters The tale begins when Donaghue is awakened in the middle of the night, beaten and handcuffed Despite his cries of being a police officer...

  3. says:

    Donaghue and Stainer are back in McCann s latest crime novel, expertly unraveling the mystery surrounding Marcie Askew s murder, the police chief s wife A woman with many secrets, Donaghue and Stainer have their work cut out for them as the scour the town for answers, interview reluctant witnesses, and dealing with a small town police division set in their ways I really enjoyed watching this novel unfold, especially as Donaghue and Stainer are the perfect team and their witty remarks make for Donaghue and Stainer are back in McCann s latest crime novel, expertly unraveling the mystery surrounding Marcie Askew s murder, the police chief s wife A woman with many secrets, Donaghue and Stainer have their work cut out for them as the scour the town for answers, interview reluctant witnesses, and dealing with a small town police division set in their ways I really enjoyed watching this novel unfold, especially as Donaghue and Stainer are the perfect team and their witty remarks make for a very fun read There is an art to writing crime novels, and McCann has perfected it, giving the reader just enough insight to allow him her to make educated conclusions about the murder, only to throw new information into the mix, changing the pathway of the novel completely Donaghue and Stainer are also fleshed outin this second novel of the series, giving the readerbackground information, especially about Stainer and her love for guns While there is a l...

  4. says:

    EXCELLENT MYSTERY Detective Karen Strainer, Lieutenant Hank Donaghue and assistant Detective, Ansell Hall are working together to solve the murder of Marcie Askew Marcie is the wife of Chief of Police, Billy Askew.The murder took place in Harmony, Virginia Detective Strainer was brought in from Glendale, Maryland Police Department The portrayal of a small town feels authentic and a perfect backdrop for a murder investigation Of course, the Chief is put on administrative leave until it s cle EXCELLENT MYSTERY Detective Karen Strainer, Lieutenant Hank Donaghue and assistant Detective, Ansell Hall are working together to solve the murder of Marcie Askew Marcie is the wife of Chief of Police, Billy Askew.The murder took place in Harmony, Virginia Detective Strainer was brought in from Glendale, Maryland Police Department The portrayal of a small town feels authentic and a perfect backdrop for a murder investigation Of course, th...

  5. says:

    An excellent mystery I particularly enjoyed the author s focus on his male and female protagonists dissimilar personal styles and emotional and mental characteristics and how he applied their characteristics with the secondary characters to solve the mystery I thought he was very clever to consistently focus on the close bond and interdependency of Donahue and Stainer without forcing a schmaltzy romance between them on the reader His emphasis on their involvement and dependency on one anoth An excellent mystery I particularly enjoyed the author s focus on his male and female protagonists dissimilar personal styles and emotional an...

  6. says:

    Donahue and Stainer 2 have sent me in search of the first book of the police partnership s adventures The characters are so well developed that I found myself swaying between never wanting to meet Stai...

  7. says:

    Marcie s Murder by Michael J McCann takes place a short time after the previous book, Blood Passage Homicide Detective Lieutenant Hank Donaghue is on a much needed vacation after the previous case that he and his partner Detective Karen Stainer solved Wherever the road takes him is where he goes and when he decides to stop in a small town in Virginia, he finds himself in trouble He checks into his motel room but he can t sleep so goes to a bar for a beer or two He sees a woman on his way in Marcie s Murder by Michael J McCann takes place a short time after the previous book, Blood Passage Homicide Detective Lieutenant Hank Donaghue is on a much needed vacation after the previous case that he and his partner ...

  8. says:

    I have been stuck in a small town, and almost put in a jail cell by mistake not for a murder, but for a traffic offense I can tell you that was a very scary experience for me, especially since I didn t do anything wrong to deserve being confined in a jail and almost stuck in a cell while I was on vacation I can certainly empathize with Donaghue, the character in this novel He must find a way out of jail so he can root out the person who killed a police chief s wife Just imagine your worst I have been stuck in a small town, and almost put in a jail cell by mistake not for a murder, but for a traffic offense I can tell you that was a very scary experience for me, especially since I didn t do anything wrong to deserve being confined in a jail and almost stuck in a cell while I was on vacation I can cer...

  9. says:

    After receiving The Rainy Day Killer from NetGalley, I broke down and bought Blood Passage When I recently found that my interest was waning in some of the books I d started, I gave in and ordered twoby McCann Marcie s Murder andThe Fregoli Delusion.In Marcie s Murder, Hank Donaghue finds his otherwise uneventful vacation interrupted by an accusation of murder in the small town of Harmony His phone call, when he eventually gets it, is not to his lawyer, but to Detective Karen Stainer After receiving The Rainy Day Killer from NetGalley, I broke down and bought Blood Passage When I recently found that my interest was waning in some of the books I d started, I gave in and ordered twoby McCann Marcie s Murder andThe Fregoli Delusion.In Marcie s Murder, Hank Donaghue finds his otherwise uneventful vacation interrupted by an accusation of murder in the small town of Harmony His phone call, when he eventually gets it, is not to his lawyer, but to Detective Karen Stainer When Hank is finally released, he and Stainer are asked to help in the investigation Although not at all happy about his treatment, Hank does agree to help partly because he had seen the woman shortly before she was murdered He and Stainer have had a lotexperience with murder than the small town of Harmony The two work well together, capitalizing on their ...

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