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3.75 out of 53.75 out of 53.75 out of 53.75 out of 53.75 out of 5 3.75 (0 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Michael Raleigh Narrator: Heath Kizzier Publisher: Books In Motion Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: April 2008 ISBN:
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Margaret O'Mara is desperate to find her missing brother, Joe Colleran. She doesn't have a clue or a dime, and she hasn't seen her brother in 30 years. The last she heard, he was running a bar in Florida with an old war buddy, Michael Minogue.

But when Minogue is discovered murdered on a Chicago pier, Margaret asks P.I. Paul Whelan to look into it. As Whelan makes his rounds to the dilapidated apartment buildings and smoky bars of Chicago, he discovers that, before his death, Minogue often talked of his old gang of close friends, which mysteriously broke apart after World War II.

Their stories take Whelan through the abandon ruins of Riverview Park, once Chicago's most famous amusement park and the site of a 40-year-old unsolved murder. Now, Whelan must sift through the past to find a killer who stalks the present and Minogue's old friends, who still carefully conceal a dark secret that binds them together. Download and start listening now!

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About the Author

Michael Raleigh was born in Chicago and attended De Paul University and Michigan State University. He taught at Truman College in the City Colleges of Chicago system for twenty-eight years and currently teaches in the First-Year Writing Program and the Honors Program at De Paul University, his alma mater.