Nate Heller survived his confrontations with Al Capone, only to find himself facing Ma Barker, Baby Face Nelson, and perhaps the biggest and most dangerous question in his life: Who was the man shot down in the alley next to the Biograph Theater, the man the FBI had confidently identified as John Dillinger?
Heller's search for the answer leads him into a confrontation with J. Edgar Hoover, and into a much more comfortable meeting with Sally Rand . . . but not before the streets of Chicago run red with blood.
"Crackles with cynical humor . . . enough twists, gritty period color and sheer violent momentum to keep crime buffs eagerly turning the pages." -- New York Times Book Review
"A gritty city, gangsters, thugs, molls and terrific writing . . . a helluva blend in a helluva book . . . a true gem." -- Detroit Free Press
"Terrific!" -- Mickey Spillane
"A nifty sequel to True Detective." -- Cleveland Plain Dealer
1985 Shamus Award Nominee, Best P.I. Hardcover
Nathan Heller Series:
True Detective | True Crime | The Million-Dollar Wound | Neon Mirage | Stolen Away | Carnal Hours | Blood and Thunder | Damned in Paradise | Flying Blind | Majic Man | Angel in Black | Chicago Confidential | Bye Bye, Baby | Target Lancer | Ask Not | Better Dead
Short Story Collections: Chicago Lightning | Triple Play