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The jogger's throat was cut, leaving a pool of blood on the pedestrian path. Molly Malone could tell by the neon yellow running shoe dangling off the end of the stretcher that the body belonged to her friend Natasha Jorgenson. A junior congressional staffer, Natasha was on her way to meet with Molly to hand over important research on an international banking bill. Natasha w The jogger's throat was cut, leaving a pool of blood on the pedestrian path. Molly Malone could tell by the neon yellow running shoe dangling off the end of the stretcher that the body belonged to her friend Natasha Jorgenson. A junior congressional staffer, Natasha was on her way to meet with Molly to hand over important research on an international banking bill. Natasha was the third person who knew about the research to die. Molly fears she won't be the last. As she and her colleagues are targeted by break-ins, wiretaps, and harassment, Molly discovers that powerful players are working out a plan to change the course of history . . . and they will stop at nothing to make sure they succeed. Crackling with tension and suspense, the latest Molly Malone mystery from New York Times bestselling author Maggie Sefton is a masterpiece of intrigue that will leave you breathless. Praise: "A strong protagonist."--Library Journal


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The jogger's throat was cut, leaving a pool of blood on the pedestrian path. Molly Malone could tell by the neon yellow running shoe dangling off the end of the stretcher that the body belonged to her friend Natasha Jorgenson. A junior congressional staffer, Natasha was on her way to meet with Molly to hand over important research on an international banking bill. Natasha w The jogger's throat was cut, leaving a pool of blood on the pedestrian path. Molly Malone could tell by the neon yellow running shoe dangling off the end of the stretcher that the body belonged to her friend Natasha Jorgenson. A junior congressional staffer, Natasha was on her way to meet with Molly to hand over important research on an international banking bill. Natasha was the third person who knew about the research to die. Molly fears she won't be the last. As she and her colleagues are targeted by break-ins, wiretaps, and harassment, Molly discovers that powerful players are working out a plan to change the course of history . . . and they will stop at nothing to make sure they succeed. Crackling with tension and suspense, the latest Molly Malone mystery from New York Times bestselling author Maggie Sefton is a masterpiece of intrigue that will leave you breathless. Praise: "A strong protagonist."--Library Journal

30 review for Bloody Politics

  1. 4 out of 5

    LORI (Dollycas) CASWELL

    Dollycas’s Thoughts And Mollie Malone’s story continues. I have been waiting so long for this book. Poisoned Politics last August left us with quite a cliffhanger. This international banking bill has gotten more than one person killed and while things have settled down Senator Russell’s at mansion (Molly’s workplace) Molly’s is still right in the middle of the of the drama taking place in Washington and “Danny Dangerous” is not always available to save her. Danny’s friend and the Senator’s securi Dollycas’s Thoughts And Mollie Malone’s story continues. I have been waiting so long for this book. Poisoned Politics last August left us with quite a cliffhanger. This international banking bill has gotten more than one person killed and while things have settled down Senator Russell’s at mansion (Molly’s workplace) Molly’s is still right in the middle of the of the drama taking place in Washington and “Danny Dangerous” is not always available to save her. Danny’s friend and the Senator’s security guard does his best to protect her while Dan is off doing whatever it that he does. But Mollie can’t help herself, her niece was killed so for her it is personal. This time she even has her own security detail but will they be able to keep her safe? Maggie Sefton has done it again. I was drawn right into Mollie’s story and was held tight until the final word. I am surprised my Kindle Fire wasn’t smokin’! Suspense, intrigue, mystery, this story was firing on all cylinders. Mollie gets a vital piece of information and the clues start to come together to answer questions that started in Deadly Politics, the first book in this series and continued in Poisoned Politics, book #2. This is a fantastic series. Now with Bloody Politics coming out tomorrow all three are able to be read consecutively. This is what I recommend, I think it would give a real movie feel. It is written so well that is very easy to picture each and every moment. They characters are really interesting, both the good and bad “guys”. The book releases at the perfect time too with the crazy elections we had this past week and the whole series shows the corruption that can take place in Washington. Thankfully without the dead bodies as far as we know.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michele

    I never really thought of what it takes to run the office of a Senator....the office itself, the different committees the Senator serves on....wow. Add in some corruption and malice, a heroine who doesn't care who she ticks off...and what do you get? A great read. Another high point, even though it involves politicians, there is no political slant. So, if you are a liberal or a conservative, you can still enjoy the books. I never really thought of what it takes to run the office of a Senator....the office itself, the different committees the Senator serves on....wow. Add in some corruption and malice, a heroine who doesn't care who she ticks off...and what do you get? A great read. Another high point, even though it involves politicians, there is no political slant. So, if you are a liberal or a conservative, you can still enjoy the books.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    This is the third in the Molly Malone Series. The author continues to “milk” the conspiracy theme, It’s time to wrap this up and come up with a different plot.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Robert Banfield

    This is the final book in Maggie Sefton's political trilogy. I read all three consecutively - and all to the end which is something I rarely do! It is not that they were books of great literary quality, but I found them thoroughly enjoyable, well written, light cozy mysteries with some gentle human touches and nice local description of Washington DC. And the danger that hovered, always in the background, added just the right amount of suspense. I hope I enjoy Maggie Sefton's knitting mystery ser This is the final book in Maggie Sefton's political trilogy. I read all three consecutively - and all to the end which is something I rarely do! It is not that they were books of great literary quality, but I found them thoroughly enjoyable, well written, light cozy mysteries with some gentle human touches and nice local description of Washington DC. And the danger that hovered, always in the background, added just the right amount of suspense. I hope I enjoy Maggie Sefton's knitting mystery series as much!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kay

    I think I waited too long between the second and third books because it took at least 100 pages before I wasn't forcing myself to read. By the end the pace had picked up and while it seemed to tie up some ends I believe a whole new enemy was introduced in the last few pages. Not literature by a long shot but fun. I think I waited too long between the second and third books because it took at least 100 pages before I wasn't forcing myself to read. By the end the pace had picked up and while it seemed to tie up some ends I believe a whole new enemy was introduced in the last few pages. Not literature by a long shot but fun.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Julie Mink

    This was the third book in the Molly Malone mystery series set in Washington, DC. This book ties up all the plots and murders in the first two books. I really enjoyed all the books. The undercurrents and treachery in our government is entirely believable. The book is fast paced and the characters are well written and likable.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Linda Smatzny

    This is the third book featuring Molly Malone. In this book, Molly puts the pieces together about all the killings and learns who is behind the killings and her being followed. She has help from friends but in the end she decides how to handle the information. It was an easy read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Frey

    Good one. The "Politics" series ended up being a trilogy. Don't want to give anything away, but if one decides to read it, start with #1 (Deadly Politics) then #2 (Poisoned Politics). Easy reading, but has suspense. Good one. The "Politics" series ended up being a trilogy. Don't want to give anything away, but if one decides to read it, start with #1 (Deadly Politics) then #2 (Poisoned Politics). Easy reading, but has suspense.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    This series definitely cannot be read as stand alone books, but in order. I do feel that this could lead to more books.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Cook Lauer

    A book that tries to delve into Congressional politics. It's not written by an insider, and it really doesn't add much to the conversation. I finished it out of a sense of duty. A book that tries to delve into Congressional politics. It's not written by an insider, and it really doesn't add much to the conversation. I finished it out of a sense of duty.

  11. 5 out of 5

    February Four

    I love it when all the loose ends are tied up. This trilogy was fun.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Juliahoney Kamenker

    it was a good mystery

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kim Veach

    I liked this one better than the first two. Felt that more was resolved and yet it left it open for the series to continue.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Deb Saunders

  15. 5 out of 5

    Yvette

  16. 4 out of 5

    Susan

  17. 4 out of 5

    Heather

  18. 5 out of 5

    Doreen

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Crom

  20. 4 out of 5

    SIOBHAN KELLY

  21. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cyber

  23. 5 out of 5

    Krista

  24. 4 out of 5

    Pat Malon

    Enjoyed the story. I would recommend this book.

  25. 4 out of 5

    JERRY WHITBECK

  26. 5 out of 5

    Holly

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jama

  28. 4 out of 5

    Karen

  29. 5 out of 5

    Anne Backus

  30. 5 out of 5

    Randee

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