Michael McGarrity is an American author of crime fiction/suspense novels set in his home state of New Mexico. Before becoming an author, McGarrity was deputy sheriff of Santa Fe County, where he founded their Sex Crimes Unit. Besides being an former officer, Michael has his bachelor’s in English and Psychology from the University of New Mexico and his master’s in clincal social work.

Michael McGarrity became a published novelist in 1996 with Tularosa. Below is a list of Michael McGarrity’s books in order of when they were originally published:

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Publication Order of Kevin Kerney Books

Publication Order of American West Trilogy Books

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

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  1. Dawn Brummel: 7 years ago

    My mother lent me Judas Judge and I fell in love with his writing. I just now ordered the last two books of the Kevin Kerney series. I am a native New Mexican and while reading his books, I can visualize being right there in those locations. I have loaned out the books and now have others hooked on them too!


  2. Robert M.: 8 years ago

    I spent my childhood in Santa Fe in the 1950’s; moved back again in 1991, and built a home in Eldorado. I’m now back in Texas, but can’t get New Mexico out of my system. Not only are Michael McGarrity’s books a wonderful series of mysteries, they take me back to the land that I have always loved. I’ve read each book in order, and just finished Death Song, so can’t wait to finish his remaining classics.


  3. Penelope Gonzalez: 9 years ago

    I met Mr. McGarrity when we both lived in Eldorado, NM, 13 miles out of Santa Fe. I have all of his Kerney books , autographed bu the author, All except Death Song & Dead or alive. I love Kerney, Sara & Patrick.
    My purchase will complete my collection.
    Thank you Michael for taking me back to NM & sharing the special spirituality only found there.


  4. whodo: 9 years ago

    Hard Country was good but rather depressing at times, Backlands was very good. Can’t wait for the next one.


  5. Lecorman: 11 years ago

    Love the descriptions of the NM locations. I want to go back.


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