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|"Norton flexes his literary muscles and takes on an impressive breadth of topics in these gritty, passionate tales. He turns genres inside out, has a hell of an ear for dialog and knows how to tell a good story. He's definitely a talent deserving of wider recognition." - Dean Monti, author of "Sweep of the Second Hand"
"Greg Norton's stories resonate with the reader like the rumble of glass-pack muffler off the hard Chicago streets many of his characters ply. Norton's alter ego, Peter MacNaughton, is one part Philip Marlowe and one part Joe Hill and real as the Hawk in January, no matter what situation he finds himself in. Guns, drugs, the down and out, union activists, and everyday people. Norton brings them all to life with amazing clarity. Great reading!" - Jim Chandler, Author of "Parallel Blues"
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