'Looking for Chet Baker'

Jazz man Chet Baker was a trumpeter, singer, and an important contributor to "cool" jazz. His life was viewed by some as glamorous. His 1988 death in Amsterdam was tragic and its circumstances never completely resolved. And that has inspired Bill Moody, to write the mystery novel "Looking for Chet Baker. Liane Hansen talks with Moody about the book. (8:19) The book is published by Walker and Co., 3/02.

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