Dancing on Graves

Front Cover
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, May 1, 2012 - Fiction - 206 pages
0 Reviews
Chicago private eye Nick Acropolis is back with a new adventure. Billy Mansfield has been on Death Row for more than 20 years, and Nick helped put him there in his days as a Chicago homicide detective. Now he's asked to find evidence to free him. Could Billy Mansfield really be innocent? "Westerfield's Chain," the first Nick Acropolis novel, was a Shamus Award finalist. "A great read," --Publishers Weekly "A pure delight for many reasons, not the least of which is the way Jack Clark celebrates and rings a few changes of the familiar private eye script...There's a memorable moment [on] virtually every page." --Chicago Tribune "A likeable protagonist and spirited, uncluttered prose." --Kirkus Reviews "Jack Clark's descriptions are beautifully haunting and his plotting is exceptional." Romantic Times. Jack Clark is also the author of "Nobody's Angel." "A gem...[without] a wasted word or a false note." --Washington Post "Heartbreaking... Captivating. Clark's true subject [is] his city. Each page turn feels like real, authentic Chicago." --Chicago Sun-Times

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Bibliographic information