Irascible and malcontented, Boston Homicide detective Lieutenant Joe McGuire is one half of the best homicide team in Boston’s history. Led by razor-sharp instincts and a nose for the truth, McGuire leaves no stone unturned in his pursuit of ruthless killers in these gritty crime novels.
The Man Who Murdered God
Facing a brutal serial killer with his sights set firmly on the Catholic diocese, Boston homicide detective Lieutenant Joe McGuire—one half of the best homicide team in Boston’s history—is in a race against time to find a killer who seemingly leaves no trace.
And Leave Her Lay Dying
Relegated to reviewing unsolved murders as the result of a courtroom outburst, Boston homicide detective Lieutenant Joe McGuire becomes obsessed with solving the murder of a young woman found in the Boston Fens.
Praise for John Lawrence Reynolds
“One of Canada’s best mystery writers.”—Globe and Mail