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A Negro and an Ofay (The Tales of Elliot…

A Negro and an Ofay (The Tales of Elliot Caprice)

by Danny Gardner

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On the run after killing two crooked cops, Chicago PD Detective Elliot Caprice finds himself in a jailhouse in St. Louis on false charges. He enlists friends from his hometown of Southville, IL to secure his release and returns to find the family farm in foreclosure and the man who raised him dying in a flophouse.

Desperate for money, he accepts a job from the son of a deadly Jewish mobster and eventually crosses paths with a powerful family from Chicago's North Shore. A captain of industry is dead, and the key to his estate disappeared with the chauffeur. There's good money in it if Elliot finds him, but the mixed-race son of Illinois farm country must return to the Windy City with the cops on his heels, the Syndicate at his throat, and the wealthy and powerful at his back.

Good thing he's used to playing both sides to the middle.

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