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The Innocence Game

The Innocence Game by Michael Harvey
Apr 08, 2014 | 256 Pages
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Praise for Michael Harvey and The Innocence Game:

“Michael Harvey should be read by all.”—John Grisham

“Harvey does for the Windy City what Michael Connelly did for Los Angeles.” —Chicago Tribune

“Harvey’s the best Chicago novelist . . . since Nelson Algren.” —Cleveland Plain-Dealer

“Harvey [writes] with crack timing, never allowing the reader a moment to unfasten his seat belt.”—The Washington Post Book World

“Ingenious . . . Engrossing . . . Michael Harvey is a writer with a bright future.” —Illinois Times
“Harvey takes us into the dark underworld where guilt and innocence aren’t just debated in the courtroom—the losers lose big, and winners manage to simply survive . . . Complex, twisting plot, loaded with well-staged surprises, great summer read.” —Blue Heron Journal
“Michael Harvey portrays the city of Chicago and its environs to wonderful effect . . . Suspenseful from the start, the last third of the novel becomes much more than ‘just’ a page-turner, when I found that I could not put the book down until the final page, with an ending this reader absolutely did not see coming. It is highly recommended.” —Midwest Book Review 

“Wily and surprising . . . The appealing kids at the book’s center . . . leave us wanting more.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Ambitious . . . The suspense remains high throughout.” —Publishers Weekly

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