QUENTIN TARANTINO on NOBODY’S ANGEL: “My favourite fiction novel this year was written by a taxi driver who used to hand it out to his passengers. It’s a terrific story and character study of a cabbie in Chicago during a time when a serial killer is robbing and murdering cabbies. Kudos to Hard Case Crime for publishing Mr. Clark’s book.”
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…
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."
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