The Molly Factor
A novel of high-powered political, corporate and family intrigue. all revolving around a leading presidential candidate's illegitimate daughter, who disappeared thirty-seven years ago. Some want her found; many, including powerful politicians, do not.
- Paperback | 570 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 32.77mm | 943.47g
- 15 Jan 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Allan McLeod
If this author, as some have wondered, were a woman of politics and police, he would write under the nom de plume of Anne-Lynn Lee, a blending of parts of the middle names of his three daughters, his greatest creations. Or perhaps he would create a similar cocktail of the names of his three fantastic granddaughters. All are strong, independent, and professional, patterns in their collective way, for the protagonists of his novels. Professionally, McLeod has been a banker in Canada and New York City. His extensive contacts with a broad range of high-level professionals and wannabes, many of them scoundrels of different stripes, provide fodder to create a potpourri of antagonists, villains, and ne'er-do-wells who fuel endless conflict. His well-received Sex Lies and Murder is his seventh novel and the fourth in his popular Paige Harrington Mystery series. All are available from various on-line sources in print and e-book format. McLeod's web mysterylovescompany.net has links to all of his novels. McLeod and his wife, a singer and retired publishing professional, now active in Parkinson Disease activities and fund raising, live on New York City's Upper West Side, ten blocks north of the famed Lincoln Center, home to the New York City Opera and The Julliard School, those magnificent gardens of talent, of which New York City has many.