The Maxwell Street Blues by Michael Raleigh
A Chicago Mystery Featuring Paul Whelan

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Hired to find Maxwell Street hustler and flea-marketeer, Sam Burwell, Paul Whelan finds himself getting sucked a little too far into Chicago's underworld when Burwell's murdered body is found. By the author of A Body in Belmont Harbor.
 

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Michael Raleigh is the author of five Paul Whelan mysteries.Michael Raleigh is the author of five Paul Whelan mysteries. He has received four Illinois Arts Council grants for ficti He has received four Illinois Arts Council grants for fiction, and his stories and poetry have appeared in a number of on, and his stories and poetry have appeared in a number of literary magazines. His fifth book, The Riverview Murders, wliterary magazines. His fifth book, The Riverview Murders, won the Eugene Izzi award. He lives in Chicago with his wife,on the Eugene Izzi award. He lives in Chicago with his wife, three children, and a deranged cat. three children, and a deranged cat.
 
Published September 1, 1994 by St Martins Pr. 280 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Whelan shows a 20-year- old photo around Maxwell Street and asks the same questions dozens of times, but he can't find Burwell, because Burwell's dead, shot and shoved under one of the West Side's legendary elevated sidewalks.

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