The Fifth Floor

Paperback $14.95

Vintage | Jul 14, 2009 | 288 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780307386298

  • Paperback$14.95

    Vintage | Jul 14, 2009 | 288 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780307386298

  • Ebook$11.99

    Vintage | Aug 26, 2008 | 304 Pages | ISBN 9780307270382

  • Audiobook Download$17.50

    Random House Audio | Aug 26, 2008 | 480 Minutes | ISBN 9780739370575

Praise

“The perfect Chicago detective story, complete with a loving tour of the city’s funkier locales that’ll make any displaced Chicagoan long for home.” —Erik Larson, author of The Devil in the White City“Michael Harvey is a magnificent new voice.”—John Grisham“Impressive…. A tangled, fascinating tale.”—Chicago Tribune“A nifty retro-noir series.”—The New York Times Book Review“Dazzlingly good.” —ThePlain-Dealer“Another sophisticated caper…. Harvey brilliantly brings all the threads together and provides a satisfying conclusion.” —The Missourian“Harvey’s superb second thriller . . . Harvey’s plot twists in all the right places, and his noir-inspired dialogue crackles without sounding showy. Marlowe and Spade would readily welcome Michael Kelly into their fold.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)“PI Michael Kelly digs into the history of the Great Chicago Fire for his second case in what’s shaping up as a strong series. . . . Dry wit, delectable clues and tricky leads hallmark this trenchant tale of the Windy City.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)Praise for The Chicago WayThe Chicago Way is a wonderful first novel. Michael Harvey has studied the masters and put his own unique touch on the crime novel. This book harkens the arrival of a major new voice.”—Michael Connelly, author of the bestselling Harry Bosch novels“An intricate, fast-paced crime thriller.”—Chicago Sun-Times“A smart, stylish debut. . . . The dialogue is snappy and crisp, and characters pop off the page. The plot flows along swimmingly with plenty of surprises.”—The Boston Globe“A provocative novel that captures the grittiness of the Windy City and spins a murder mystery with a satisfying and out-of-left-field ending. . . . Wonderfully reminiscent of Raymond Chandler.”—USA Today

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