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The Maxwell Street Blues: A Chicago Mystery Featuring Paul Whelan | [Michael Raleigh]

The Maxwell Street Blues: A Chicago Mystery Featuring Paul Whelan

Private Investigator Paul Whelan is hired by an elderly jazz musician to look in to the murder of his beloved friend, a dealer in Chicago's great open-air market, Maxwell Street. Whelan's investigation leads him into the dealer's past, and uncovers old feuds, wounds, and interracial romance. The story takes him into some of Chicago's oldest neighborhoods, and intriguing communities. He is introduced to a rich, captivating, and often funny cast of characters, all while solving the case.
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Private Investigator Paul Whelan is hired by an elderly jazz musician to look in to the murder of his beloved friend, a dealer in Chicago's great open-air market, Maxwell Street. Whelan's investigation leads him into the dealer's past, and uncovers old feuds, wounds, and interracial romance. The story takes him into some of Chicago's oldest neighborhoods, and intriguing communities. He is introduced to a rich, captivating, and often funny cast of characters, all while solving the case.

Unravel another Chicago mystery with Paul Whelan.

©1994 Michael Raleigh; (P)2003 Books in Motion

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