Michael McGarrity Message Board

posts on 8/3/2006 1:12:54 AM I am in the middle of the Kerneys. I am starting UNDER THE COLOR OF THE LAW - my librarian recommended them. I am familiar with the Taos area and she with Albuquerque. Would it not be a wonderful girls trip to go to Santa Fe and meet Mr. McGarrity. Then we could do some touristing in some of the gorgeous New Mexico countrysides mentioned in the novels. Is it outta line to approach the author about this? We live in east central Oklahoma. Seminole, Ok. is a day's drive one way. Signed, Kerney's Kaptives
Katherine Baysdon posts on 10/13/2005 3:52:26 PM This was my introduction to Mr. McGarrity and was one of the best books I have read in a long time. I went straight to amazon and ordered all of the others. He kept my interest all through the book, no dead spots and now I am hooked and waiting for the new one in December. Good work, Mr. McGarrity. The only thing wrong in finding a new author you really like is you get caught up with all of the other books and having to wait for a new one. Too bad they can't write as fast as we read! A fan, Katherine
Charles in Tucson posts on 9/18/2005 8:45:56 PM Regardless of what anyone says about this Author, He keeps you turning the pages. I have read boooksthat are just plain nasty, McGarrity stays with the times and expresses it his books. The way he describes Keven Kerney and the different landscapes of New Mexico, makes it just that more great!

H Lindsay posts on 9/4/2005 11:52:09 PM Michael has good story lines, but the language in his books is filthy, takes away from the contents. Take a clue from Margaret Coel or Tony Hillerman.
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