Gash, Joe. Publication date. New York : Holt, Rinehart, and Winston.
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I'm fond of police procedurals where you can't tell reporters and cops apart
0030705444 (ISBN13: 9780030705441). I'm fond of police procedurals where you can't tell reporters and cops apart. Here Bill Grainger's pulp-fiction alter ego Joe Gash makes them equally world-weary and ambivalent about solving the crime at hand, a boozy reporter's beating death near Bughouse Square. This 30-year-old novel feels current yet absolutely reflects Chicago at the time, complete with a Canadian press baron, a street gang's religious trappings and a glum, snowy winter.
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Gash's first Chicago Police mystery, Public Murders, appeared in paperback only in 1980-under one .
Gash's first Chicago Police mystery, Public Murders, appeared in paperback only in 1980-under one of his other, more familiar bylines: Bill Granger. Father Michael Doherty, substituting for Father Bill Conklin, is leading Mass at a Chicago-ghetto church when one of the congregants-a man in a police uniform, complete with masking helmet-shoots the priest dead and flees. Whodunit? Well, the powers-that-be are quick to attribute the murder to black rookie cop Ramsey Delford, who's just been arrested-quite rightly-for rape. Part of Chicago's hasty cks program,"" Delford turns out to have a criminal record!)
His second novel, Public Murders, a Chicago police procedural, won the Edgar® Award from the Mystery Writers of. .In all, Bill Granger published thirteen November Man novels, three nonfiction books, and nine novels.
His second novel, Public Murders, a Chicago police procedural, won the Edgar® Award from the Mystery Writers of America in 1981. In 1980, he began weekly columns in the Chicago Tribune on everyday life (he was voted best Illinois columnist by UPI), which were collected in the book Chicago Pieces. Bill Granger passed away in 2012. Also by bill granger. The November Man series. Code Name November (previously published as The November Man).