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A Body In Belmont Harbor

Author: Michael Raleigh
Publisher: Diversion Books
ISBN: 1626816204
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“A shaggy, satisfying valentine to Chicago's seedy uptown.” —KIRKUS The body of a small-time drug dealer washes up in Belmont Harbor among the yachts of Chicago's wealthy. Convinced that this murder connects to her husband’s suicide two years prior, wealthy widow Janice Fairs hires private eye Paul Whelan to investigate. Whelan's investigation takes him into the rarefied air of the wealthy, where he begins to discover unlikely connections between the two men in the harbor. But Whelan isn’t the only one snooping, and he discovers himself an unwitting player in a game of cat-and-mouse, with deadly consequences.

The Writer S Directory 1998 2000

Author: Miranda H. Ferrara
Publisher: Saint James Press
ISBN: 9781558623286
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Information on more than 17,500 living authors from English speaking countries.

Writers Directory 2010 V1 A L

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ISBN: 9781558626003
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Features bibliographical, biographical and contact information for living authors worldwide who have at least one English publication. Entries include name, pseudonyms, addresses, citizenship, birth date, specialization, career information and a bibliography.

The Riverview Murders

Author: Michael Raleigh
Publisher: Diversion Books
ISBN: 1626816239
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“An underappreciated, carefully crafted series.” —BOOKLIST Margaret O’Mara’s brother disappeared thirty years earlier, so when his last known associate is found murdered, O’Mara hires Chicago PI Paul Whelan to investigate. Whelan makes the rounds through seedy bars and dilapidated apartment buildings, discovering connections to a long-gone Chicago amusement park where another murder took place forty years prior. Soon, Whelan finds himself navigating his way through dark pasts, deep secrets, and a mystery that may cost him his life.

The Blue Moon Circus

Author: Michael Raleigh
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1492616494
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"An absolute charmer."--Library Journal Starred Review "Simply put, this is a ripsnorting good historical yarn full of circus lore, so smartly told by an expert storyteller that it's the kind of book truly deserving that overused term 'page-turner.'"--Chicago Sun-Times "With no safety net, Raleigh takes a spectacular highwire route...making it all look easy in this captivating tale of a decent man in a very hard world. Beguiling, wise and wonderful."--Kirkus Reviews Starred Review "A heartwarming, often humorous story filled with interesting circus lore as well as deeper themes about the value of human connection, especially as life winds down."--Booklist "Rollicking, warmhearted...As dramatic and engaging as a high-wire act, the novel combines honest story-telling with down-home wit. There's plenty of smartly written, feel-good fun under this big top." --Publishers Weekly For the boy, it was the first real chance for a future. For the man, it was one last chance to triumph over his past. Opportunities like these happen only once in a Blue Moon.

In The Castle Of The Flynns

Author: Michael Raleigh
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 9781402255694
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The year is 1954 and Daniel Dorsey learns at the age of eight the intimate meaning of death when his parents are killed in a car crash. Taken in by his colorful, at times mad, and always tender and caring extended family, Daniel learns that even the deepest sorrows and hurt can be healed. Michael Raleigh's In the Castle of the Flynns is about a young boy growing up Irish in a vibrant 1950s Chicago neighborhood. Now grown and looking back on those years, Daniel recalls his bouts with grief and fear of abandonment as he learns to adjust to his new surroundings amidst his oddball family. It is a time of wakes and weddings, conflicts and romance. Above all, it is a time when Daniel comes to understand both his own loss and the dark places in the lives of his loved ones. In the Castle of the Flynns is a poignant, often hilarious story of hope, passions and unforgettable memories. It is a novel that will make grown men weep, women cry and cause both to break out in great guffaws of laughter.