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Blood Runs Green

The Murder That Transfixed Gilded Age Chicago

by Gillian O'Brien

Hardcover, 303 pages, Univ of Chicago Pr, List Price: $25 |

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The Murder That Transfixed Gilded Age Chicago
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The 1889 murder of Dr. Patrick Cronin led to a long-running trial that transfixed Chicago; Blood Runs Green uncovers the web of hotheaded journalists, bungling police and would-be Irish revolutionaries behind the crime.

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