City of Dark Hearts - James Conan Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099502178 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: James Conan / Mass Market Paperback / 560 Pages / Book is published 2008-04-24 by ... more
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James Conan City of Dark Hearts
It is 1893 and Anna Zemeckis, a young New Yorker, goes missing in ...
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by - written on 04/05/09 (Very useful, 176 readings)
I'd never heard of the author James Conan, but after reading the blurb for his novel "City of Dark Hearts" I was intrigued so decided to give it a go. Set in Chicago in the late 19th Century during the World Fair at a time of great glamour and wealth, this story takes a look at the dark side of the city in the hidden world of pornography and organised crime. A young Lithuanian born New Yorker Anna Zemeckis is sent to Chicago by her father who is completely unaware of how dangerous a city Chicago is, and, due to unknown circumstances, Anna goes missing. When a body is found only identifiable by Anna's clothing, a heartfelt letter to the New York World ... Read the complete review
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