Wake Up Little Susie by Edward Gorman
A Mystery (Sam McCain Mysteries)

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In 1958 Ford introduced the Edsel to America. In the Black River Falls, Iowa, the dead body of a 19 year old girl in the trunk of a brand new Edsel upstages the ill-fated car. Sam McCain makes some troubling discoveries as he tracks down the murderer.'

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Ed Gorman was born in November 2, 1941 in Iowa. He grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Marion, Iowa before finally settling down in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Gorman has written 11 novels and has 22 works of short fiction. He is the executive editor of Mystery Scene Magazine and writes both mysteries and westerns. His novel "Wolf Moon" was nominated for a Spur Award as Best Paperback Original.
Published December 1, 1999 by Carroll & Graf Publishers. 256 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The harder Sykes and Squires push against Chalmers, the harder Sykes’s blue-blooded old enemy, Judge Esme Anne Whitney, and her investigator, Sam McCain, push back, until there’s a kidnaping and another murder, and McCain’s hopeless romantic tangle—counter girl Mary Travers loves him, but he love...

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WAKE UP LITTLE SUSIE, the second in Ed Gorman's Sam McCain series, continues Gorman's ode to small town middle-America in the late 1950s.

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