TWO KILLERS STALK THE STREETS OF CHICAGO—
CAN ONE TAXI DRIVER CORNER THEM BOTH?
Eddie Miles is one of a dying breed: a Windy City hack who knows every street and back alley of his beloved city and takes its recent descent into violence personally. But what can one driver do about a killer targeting streetwalkers or another terrorizing cabbies? Precious little—until the night he witnesses one of them in action...
Praise for the Work of Jack Clark...
- First professional publication ever!
- The Washington Post writes, "Nobody’s Angel is a gem...it’s just about perfect."
- Chicago Sun-Times on NOBODY’S ANGEL: "Heartbreaking...captivating... each page turn feels like real, authentic Chicago."
- Booklist on NOBODY’S ANGEL: "The cynical, melancholy cabbie point of view is perfect for this kind of neon-lit, noir-tinged, saxophone-scored prose poem, and Clark hits all the right notes."
- Publishers Weekly on NOBODY’S ANGEL: "[A] slim, sparse, and heartbreaking novel."
- A Chicago cabbie himself, Jack Clark self-published an earlier version of this book in an edition of 500 copies and sold them to his fares from the front seat of his cab
- Author was a finalist for the Shamus Award in 2003
- "A brisk style and fine descriptions...a great read."
- — Publishers Weekly
- "A pure delight...the best mystery of the month...There’s a memorable moment...on virtually every page."
- — Chicago Tribune