Jack Clark was the winner of the Page One Award from the Chicago Newspaper Guild for feature writing. His novel "Westerfield's Chain," was a finalist for the Shamus Award. The Chicago Tribune called that book "The best mystery of the month," and said there was a memorable moment "on virtually every page." His novel "Nobody's Angel," earned him an appearance on NPR's Fresh Air. The book was called "A gem," by the Washington Post and "Just about perfect." He is also the co-author of "On the Home Front," a collection of his mother's stories about her younger days in Chicago. Besides writing, Jack has also worked as a long haul furniture mover for Allied Van Lines and as a Chicago cabdriver.
- Hard Case Crime, Book 65
- By: Jack Clark
- Narrated by: Peter Lerman
- Length: 5 hrs and 7 mins
Chicago cabbie Eddie Miles isn’t looking for trouble. He’s just trying to get through another tough night in a dangerous city. When he stumbles on a teenage prostitute left for dead, he finds himself unable to turn away....
Good story and narrator
- By timj26 on 02-22-19
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