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Blood tracks

by Cercone, Karen Rose.

Format: Print Book 1998
Availability: Available at 4 Libraries 5 of 6 copies
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CLP - Main Library First Floor - Paperback Mystery Collection PAPERBACK Cercone
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Summary
In 1905 Pittsburgh, Detective Milo Kachigan is trapped in the mire of corruption--forced to collect protection money from bars and brothels while yearning to do honest police work.The chance comes when he hears of a murder case in which the victim was an engineer for the Westinghouse company. Then he learns that his friend, social worker Helen Sorby, may be involved. In an atmosphere of mistrust and unrest, the quest for justice may be explosive...
Published Reviews
Publisher's Weekly Review: "As L.A. Graf, Cercone (with co-author Julia Ecklar) was best known for her Star Trek novels and other sci-fi. That is until Steel Ashes, her first mystery. There Cercone introduced Armenian homicide detective, Milo Kachigan; investigative reporter and socialist reformer, Helen Sorby; and the dangerous environment of turn of the century Pittsburgh. All three are back again when Pittsburgh's emerging electrical industry becomes the backdrop for corrupt cops, spying industrial bombings and murder. Milo, who's been forced to gather payoffs from brothels and gambling halls, gets a chance to investigate a real homicide when the mutilated body of an engineer working for enlightened capitalist George Westinghouse shows up in Helen's backyard. Cercone fills her book with real events and people (anarchist legend Emma Goldman even makes an appearance) set against a convincingly dark and complex background. If the mystery itself occasionally seems contrived, the riveting details more than compensate. (Mar.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved"
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Additional Information
Series Milo Kachigan and Helen Sorby mystery
#1 - Steel ashes
#2 - Blood tracks
#3 - Coal bones
Subjects Police -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh -- Fiction.
Immigrants -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh -- Fiction.
Pittsburgh (Pa.) -- Fiction.
Publisher New York :Berkley Prime Crime,1998
Language English
Notes "An American historical mystery"--Cover.
Description 242 pages ; 18 cm
ISBN 0425162419 :
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