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Nobody's Angel

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Samarov
1448 Rider
 Posted 4 years ago

Nobody's Angel

Jack Clark is a Chicago cabbie who's been writing and singing of many, many years. His best-known book is a murder-mystery with a cabbie hero named Eddie Miles. It's called Nobody's Angel. If you come to Chicago you may catch him singing his songs at The Grafton Pub in Lincoln Square. More about Clark here.

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    CurbDigger
    168
     4 years ago

    Ironic. I feel like murder is what I am signing up for every time I take a cab.

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      outlandish
      205 Rider Driver
       4 years ago

      LOL. Yeah, murder, or something worse, like sitting in a pile of old dried puke.

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    CaptainOlimar
    186
     4 years ago

    I bet chapters around cabs is super realistic, and potentially unnecessarily detailed. LOL.

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      scotchyscotchyscotch
      34
       4 years ago

      Yah but that's what's fun about a book like this. I love hearing about other peoples professions from an insider. You get a peek into another world.

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    chawes
    756 Rider Guru
     4 years ago

    Checked out his songs. This guy is no joke. He can sing. And write! Really good tunes.

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      chawes
      756 Rider Guru
       4 years ago

      Gonna have to check out his novel next...

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        ChrisWeston
        95 Rider
         4 years ago

        What's with all these talented taxi drivers.