"The mean streets of Los Angeles are familiar terrain to tabloid journalist Jack Curran.... As Jack peels back the layers of secrecy and intrigue surrounding Thrill Girl, he lays bare a bizarre and brilliant scheme that includes the very worst of post WWII America. With a plot that twists and slithers, Thrill Girl brings the dark side of the 1950s to life from the pen of Jack Curran. Grab a drink and a cigarette and kick back for a wild ride." Carolyn Haines, USA Today bestselling author of the Sarah Booth Delaney series
"Step back in time to the summer of 1951 ... The setting felt realistic enough that the smoke burned your eyes and the whiskey seared its way down your throat while it numbed Jack's pain...This is a fabulous book that defies categorization or limited description. It's a definite must read; I HIGHLY recommend it." Book Review Crew @ Authors on The Air, April 2018
"Thrill Girl" thrills in a gripping, tautly-written tale that doesn't let up from the first page until the last." InD'tale Magazine
From the Back Cover
June 1951 is a tense summer in the City of Angels. A killer is on the loose. She's blonde and beautiful and she murders bad guys. On three different nights she thwarted a mugging in progress, saving the innocent, dispatching the guilty, and fading away like a whisper in the rain. She never waits around for thanks. Apparently, she doesn't want any.
Who is this woman?
Jack Curran is determined to find out. He's a WWII hero and the journalist who stuck the tabloid name 'Thrill Girl' on her. When she strikes a fourth time, adding two more to her body count while saving a pretty shop girl, his investigation leads him to socialite Alana Maxwell. She's blonde. She's gorgeous.
Does she murder bad guys?
Jack unearths secret motives, untrustworthy relationships and a monstrous and immoral villain far worse than he suspected.Will he uncover the truth in time, or will the identity and circumstances behind Thrill Girl's murder spree be forever lost, along with the lives of everyone involved?