The Riverview Murders by Michael Raleigh
A Paul Whelan Mystery

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Forty years after a person had been murdered in Riverview Park, Paul Whelan must investigate a diverse group of men and women who had been both lovers and friends to unravel the secret of the unsolved crime."
 

About Michael Raleigh

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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 July 1, 1997 by St Martins Pr. 213 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Whelan, left even more depressed than usual by the absence of his girlfriend Sandra McAuliffe, makes the rounds of the old gang Colleran shared with Minogue, and predictably finds that even the ones who weren't killed in WW II have been dropping like flies--especially once news of Whelan's involv...

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Still running on understated virtue and greasy food in his fifth appearance (after Killer on Argyle Street), Whelan searches for a long-missing man whose disappearance is somehow linked to a serviceman's murder in a amusement park 50 years ago.

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