NOBODY'S ANGEL
Jack Clark
June 2010
ISBN: 978-0857683502
Cover art by Ron Lesser

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TWO KILLERS STALK THE STREETS OF CHICAGO—
CAN ONE TAXI DRIVER CORNER THEM BOTH?

Eddie Miles is one of a dying breed: a Windy City hack who knows every street and back alley of his beloved city and takes its recent descent into violence personally. But what can one driver do about a killer targeting streetwalkers or another terrorizing cabbies? Precious little—until the night he witnesses one of them in action...

  • First professional publication ever!
  • The Washington Post writes, "Nobody’s Angel is a gem...it’s just about perfect."
  • Chicago Sun-Times on NOBODY’S ANGEL: "Heartbreaking...captivating... each page turn feels like real, authentic Chicago."
  • Booklist on NOBODY’S ANGEL: "The cynical, melancholy cabbie point of view is perfect for this kind of neon-lit, noir-tinged, saxophone-scored prose poem, and Clark hits all the right notes."
  • Publishers Weekly on NOBODY’S ANGEL: "[A] slim, sparse, and heartbreaking novel."
  • A Chicago cabbie himself, Jack Clark self-published an earlier version of this book in an edition of 500 copies and sold them to his fares from the front seat of his cab
  • Author was a finalist for the Shamus Award in 2003

Praise for the Work of Jack Clark...

"A brisk style and fine descriptions...a great read."
Publishers Weekly

"A pure delight...the best mystery of the month...There’s a memorable moment...on virtually every page."
Chicago Tribune