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Illinois Center for the Book


Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Jack Clark  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Fiction Non-Fiction

Audience: Adult;

Born: 1949 in Chicago, Illinois


-- Website -- http://jackclark.info/
-- Jack Clark on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=jack+clark

E-Mail: -- jackclarksemail@gmail.com


Illinois Connection

Jack Clark has lived and worked in Chicago his entire life.

Biographical and Professional Information

Clark is an award-winning journalist, an acclaimed novelist, a singer-songwriter and a Chicago cab driver. He wrote for the weekly paper the ''Chicago Reader'' years ago, but left journalism for the world of writing fiction and picking up fares. Clark has been driving cabs for 30 years and written three books. His story caught the eye of ''Fresh Air'' contributor Dave Davies, who drove a cab in Philadelphia before entering journalism.


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Dancing on graves
ISBN: 1475254393. OCLC Number: 840109609

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Chicago private eye Nick Acropolis is back with a new adventure. Billy Mansfield has been on Death Row for more than 20 years, and Nick helped put him there in his days as a Chicago homicide detective. Now he's asked to find evidence to free him. Could Billy Mansfield really be innocent?

Highway side
ISBN: 147518218X. OCLC Number: 840109612

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Nobody's angel
ISBN: 9780857683502. OCLC Number: 679820724

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Chicago cabbie Eddie Miles decides to do something about two serial killers--one targeting prostitutes, the other cab drivers--at large in the city when his friend Lenny is murdered and he finds a teenage prostitute left for dead.

Nobody's angel /
ISBN: 0843963271. OCLC Number: 503075184

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Chicago cabbie Eddie Miles decides to do something about two serial killers--one targeting prostitutes, the other cab drivers--at large in the city when his friend Lenny is murdered and he finds a teenage prostitute left for dead.

Westerfield's chain /
ISBN: 031228960X. OCLC Number: 49576154

Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Minotaur,. .

While searching her father's drugstore for clues to his disappearance, medical student Becky Westerfield encounters private detective Nick Acropolis, and when they join forces to find Becky's father, they stumble into a massive welfare fraud scheme.