by Jack Clark
Paperback, 219 pages, Hardcase Crime, List Price: $7.99 |
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While Chicago cabbie Eddie Miles drives the city streets late at night, two killers—one targeting prostitutes, the other cab drivers—stalk the shadows, and one night, Eddie sees one of them in action. Reissue. 150,000 first printing.
Jack Clark's pulp mystery was inspired by his years of driving customers around Chicago after hours.
Courtesy Jack Clark
August 23, 2010 It's not unusual to get in a cab and find a paperback novel on the seat next to the driver. What makes Jack Clark's cab different is that he's both the driver and the author. Clark is a Chicago cab driver who's been driving for 30 years — and written three mystery novels.
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