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In the summer of 2004, while Chicago slept, a dark cloud crept over the city. A dark and dangerous mist slept under the locked doors and through the windows of single black women on the south side of Chicago. When it left, it took the hearts and souls of innocent families with it: by taking the lives of single black women who lived alone. The doors and windows were locked from the inside: yet a murderer got inside and killed two single black women while they sept peacefully in their beds. Their throats were cut. Like a mist, death was unseen. The media sensationalized the murders and panic spread throughout the south side. No single woman who lived in the area felt safe anymore. The landlords all had a no dogs allowed policy, because of liability issue, and therefore pet protection was not an option. The community leaders demand more police presence in the small area where both murders occurred. The Murder Police are on the case and must stop the killer or killers before another woman was found dead in her bed. This is a city where killing never stops. Chicago, we never close. There were over four hundred murders committed on the street Chicago last year and the city was on pace to surpass those numbers. The Murder Police must balance their time, and their investigations, to solve not just one murder, but a crisis that plagued the city. Come follow them as they track down every lead even across state lines and interview witnesses who describe, in their own words, what they saw and heard on those deadly nights. The women who lived alone on the South side of Chicago were not able to sleep peacefully. They wondered if it was safe to close their eyes and fall asleep in their own beds. Your heart may skip a beat as we follow these detectives to the doors of death and beyond. Will it ever be safe again….?

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2017
    • Ano:  2017
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001116113514
    • ISBN:  9781641369350

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