Lollipop Murders

by Jim Malloy


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Softcover
$22.99
Hardcover
$32.99
E-Book
$9.99
Softcover
$22.99

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/19/2004

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 348
ISBN : 9781401080105
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 348
ISBN : 9781401080112
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 348
ISBN : 9781453518694

About the Book

Revenge is mine, sayeth the Lord. Marvin thought that was bullshit. Marvin was intelligent, quick-minded, courteous, considerate, and a smart dresser. The young lady he showed an interest in said, “Get away from me you ugly twerp.” It really pissed Marvin off. Sergeant Jack Delaney, a cop for sixteen years, headed a special task force tagged the "Doom" squad. Except for his cop ability, his life was typical. All screwed up and Marvin really pissed him off. Sgt. Delaney, nicknamed Micky, and his team are assigned an unusual murder series committed by a wimp named Marvin. Marvin, scorned, thinks all women are suckers because they fall for the jocks, guys that don’t appreciate them. He decides that since women are suckers, he would make them all Lollipops, every flavor.


About the Author

Jim Malloy is a retired police captain of twenty-eight years. Born and raised in St Louis, Missouri, he followed his grandfather and uncle by joining the San Diego police department. He started out walking a beat in the days where call boxes on the corner were the only communication with headquarters. After a year, he worked a one-man patrol car on the night shift for eight years. He transferred to traffic and specialized in investigation of fatal accidents and became an expert court witness. After promotion to sergeant, he transferred to the motorcycle division for four years before being promoted to lieutenant and then captain two years later. As a police captain, he commanded the central and southeast divisions, SWAT, patrol administration, personnel, and communications. After retirement, he obtained his private investigator’s license and currently owns his own firm in San Diego.