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From Law to Cold Cases to Chicago Crime World

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From Law to Cold Cases to Chicago Crime World

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From Law to Cold Cases to Chicago Crime World

From Law to Cold Cases to Chicago Crime World

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The Chicago Way is the first novel by Michael Harvey, co-creator of A&E's Cold Case Files series. The author talks about his decision to give up his career as a lawyer and the private detective at the center of his noir novel, who pokes into the underbelly of the Chicago crime world.

Rick Kleffel of member station KUSP speaks with Harvey.

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