Hunting Sweetie Rose by Jack Fredrickson
A Mystery (Dek Elstrom Mysteries)

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"Jack Fredrickson is one hell of a writer. This is a book that satisfies on every level."--William Kent Krueger  Sweetie Fairbairn, the doyenne of Chicago society, is known for big-hearted philanthropy and magnificent soirees in her penthouse high atop one of the city’s premier boutique hotels. Dek Elstrom is hired by a mysterious man in a long limousine to investigate the death of a clown. Was it suicide—or murder? What is the connection between the dead clown and Sweetie?

About Jack Fredrickson

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JACK FREDRICKSON'S first Dek Elstrom mystery, A Safe Place for Dying, was nominated for the Shamus Award for Best First Novel, and his second, Honestly Dearest, You're Dead, was a March 2009 Pearl Pick. His short fiction has appeared in the acclaimed Chicago Blues and in Michael Connelly’s Burden of the Badge anthologies. He lives in Chicago.
Published February 28, 2012 by Minotaur Books. 353 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A clown plunges, a lady vanishes, and there's nothing funny about the connection.

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In Fredrickson’s excellent third mystery featuring unlicensed—and certainly unorthodox—Chicago PI Dek Elstrom (after 2009’s Honestly Dearest, You’re Dead), Elstrom looks into the bizarre death of a cl

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Readers new to Dek Elstrom will, once the final page of Hunting Sweetie Rose has been turned, likely want to seek out the previous books in the series.

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