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Citizen Sidel

Jerome Charyn: Citizen Sidel (USA 2012)

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On the eve of a White House run, Sidel cleans up a mess in his old backyard
Tired of being led by weaklings, the American people have fallen in love with J. Michael Storm and Isaac Sidel, the lawyer and the New York mayor who saved the country from the worst baseball strike in history. The Democratic National Convention is at Madison Square Garden, and when Storm is nominated for the presidency, he's going to put the eccentric, gun-toting Sidel at the bottom of the ticket. But before Sidel can take his shot at the White House, he has a few loose ends to tie up.

He's most preoccupied with a father-and-son detective team suspected of running a murder-for-hire operation that went south, resulting in the father shooting his son. Sidel suspects there's more to the story, and until he's gotten to the bottom of it, the vice presidency will have to wait.

Jerome Charyn: Citizen Sidel. An Isaac Sidel Novel. MysteriousPress.com/Open Road, ISBN: 9781453251638 (November, 2012), 218 p., eBook $9.99.

 

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Citizen Sidel

Jerome Charyn: Citizen Sidel (USA 1999)

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The Big Guy is running for the White House. Or rather, his self-aggrandizing sometimes partner baseball czar J. Michael Storm is running for president, and taking the mayor of New York along-not for the ride, but for the muscle. Isaac is all muscle. While the Dems throng at the Garden and the pundits watch the polls, the mayor is hitting the streets, investigating a murder and a little fiefdom of corruption.

The killing was by a father of his son. Both were cops. The evidence leads Isaac to the oh-four on Elizabeth Street and its captain, who dares the mayor to keep pressing, and then dares to send shotgun-wielding cops to throw a scare into the Citizen.

The Citizen doesn't scare. Obsessed with the notion that one of his precincts is breeding corruption and murder-and is being protected by someone in national power-the man who would be Veep goes on a campaign and a crusade. What Isaac finds out is how hard his enemies are willing to strike back at him, how high up they really go, and, while the living make their plans for glory, how the dead can come back to life on the violent streets of New York.

Jerome Charyn: Citizen Sidel. Mysterious Press, ISBN: 089296605X (January, 1999), 218 p., $23.00.

 

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