A team of down and dirty hard boiled cops hunts a crazy, serial killer who wants revenge on women, one by one.
Jim Malloy announces the release of ‘Lollipop Murders’
SAN DIEGO – Jim Malloy announces his return to the publishing scene with the release of “Lollipop Murders” (published by Xlibris), a fictional novel about down and dirty hard boiled cops who hunt a crazy, serial killer who wants revenge on women, one by one.
Sgt. Jack “Micky” Delaney and his team are assigned an unusual murder series committed by a wimp named Marvin. Marvin, who is scorned, thinks all women are suckers because they fall for the jocks, people who do not appreciate them. He decides that since women are suckers, he would make them all Lollipops, every flavor.
An excerpt from the book reads:
His phone rang, shaking his thoughts back. It was Ellen. She was crying, almost hysterical. “Micky, my god, that killer called here…, at the house.” Micky shot out of his chair, every nerve raw. “What did he say?” “He just said that it was time for you to pay the piper. What does he mean? What’s going on?”
“My books involve an actual crime that was committed wrapped around a fictional story,” Malloy says. When asked what he wants readers to take away from the book, he answers, “I want to keep them guessing, be surprised by the turn of events and look forward to the next book.”
By Jim Malloy
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 410 pages | ISBN 9781669812203
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 410 pages | ISBN 9781669812210
E-Book | 410 pages | ISBN 9781669812197
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Jim Malloy, a police captain of 28 years, commanded two divisions and S.W.A.T. were he assigned and formed special teams of officers to solve various police problems. It was during this time that his future novels started percolating and taking shape. After graduating from the FBI Academy where he studied criminal profiling and serial murders, he created the infamous “Doom Squad” led by Sgt. Jack Delaney. Delaney’s squad of seven cops hunt serial killers like a pack of wolves on a stag. Zero pity. For 25 years, Malloy owned Centurion Information Association, a private investigative agency in San Diego where current cases provide fodder for more “Doom Squad” adventures.