When McGill was formally introduced to the White House press corps, Helen Thomas asked him how it felt to be the country’s first First Gentleman.
He responded, “I prefer to think of myself as the president’s henchman.”
Books in the series [in order]:
#1 — The President’s Henchman 
#2 — The Hangman’s Companion 
#3 — The K Street Killer 
#4 — Part 1: The Last Ballot Cast 
#5 — Part 2: The Last Ballot Cast 
#6 — The Devil on the Doorstep 
#7 — The Good Guy with a Gun 
#8 — The Echo of the Whip 
#9 — The Daddy’s Girl Decoy 
#10 — The Last Chopper Out 
#11 — The King of Mirth 
McGill’s Short Cases 1-3: Three Jim McGill Short Stories
While interviewing John Tall Wolf for his job with the BIA, Marlene Flower Moon was amused by his assertiveness, and asked him, “What do you want, a license to take scalps?” John said, “Yeah, that’d be good.”
Coming soon! #6 — Powwow in Paris 
Novels that thrill, keep you on the edge of your seat, make you laugh, make you angry, entertain and enlighten.
“Flynn is an excellent storyteller.” — BookList
The Concrete Inquisition
The Next President
Round Robin, A Love Story of Epic Proportions
Blood Street Punx
One False Step
Hangman, A Western Novella
Kill Me Twice
Short stories are dear to my heart.
Pointy Teeth, Twelve Bite-size Stories
The twelve stories include: Beat the Devil, The Hotel Fred, Smoked Out, High Heat, Bunny and Sunshine, No Good Deed. . ., Fixer-Upper, Sleepover, Speed Trap, Younger Woman, Money Man and Tech Support.
Donnely’s Mug [Joe’s 1st short story]
Never Dead [A Jim McGill Short Story & Holiday Special, 2017]
Fixer Upper [Halloween Special, 2017]