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Little Angel Street

Jerome Charyn: Little Angel Street (USA 2012)

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A month before he becomes New York City's mayor, Sidel confronts a gang of baseball-loving racists
For the first time in his adult life, Isaac Sidel is no longer a cop. He has moved beyond the halls of One Police Plaza, and is about to take residence in Gracie Mansion, after winning New York's mayoral election in a landslide. Unable to bear his downtown apartment without his girlfriend -- who is in Europe confronting her Nazi-tinged past -- the increasingly paranoid mayor-elect has set up shop in a homeless shelter under the name Geronimo Jones. His aides roust him from his hiding spot and have returned him to work when he gets a call from the shelter: Geronimo Jones is dead.

A gang of white supremacists roams the city, murdering shelter residents and marking them with Sidel's alias. They leave notes with each victim, signing them with the names of nineteenth-century baseball players. Mayors don't go armed, but Sidel isn't the mayor yet. He and his Glock will settle this problem before he takes his oath of office.

Jerome Charyn: Little Angel Street. An Isaac Sidel Novel. MysteriousPress.com/Open Road, ISBN: 9781453251614 (April, 2012), 278 p., eBook $9.99.

 

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Little Angel Street

Jerome Charyn: Little Angel Street (USA 1995)

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Mayor-elect Isaac Sidel still indulges his passion for the streets, occasionally sleeping in a homeless shelter under the alias "Geronimo Jones." But turmoil strikes when homeless men going by the name of Geronimo Jones are found dead all over the city - along with strange notes raving about mongrel strains infecting the purity of Old New York, signed by a shadowy group called The Knickerbocker Boys.

Now Isaac must foil the evil plans of the racist Knickerbocker Boys, maintain his power over rebellious forces in the NYPD and hopefully make it back to Little Angel Street with the love of his life, Margaret Tolstoy.

Jerome Charyn: Little Angel Street. Mysterious Press, ISBN: 0446400483 (November, 1995), 243 p., $5.99.

 

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Little Angel Street

Jerome Charyn: Little Angel Street (USA 1994)

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Isaac would be king. But the Pink Commish still has a month to go before he moves into the Mayor's mansion. Dressed in rags, he stays at the Seventh Avenue Armory under the alias of Geronimo Jones. Then an alternate Geronimo Jones turns up dead in Isaac's cot, leaving the Mayor-elect to ponder the message and the messenger. Soon other Geronimo Joneses, homeless all, are dying throughout the five boroughs. A racist gang called the Knickerbocker Boys claims responsibility, and Isaac traces the macabre murder spree from the Ali Baba sex palace in Times Square, to an effete architectural landmark preservationist, to the old Negro Baseball Leagues, all the way back to Little Angel Street in Odessa where Isaac's beloved Margaret Tolstoy once lived with a Romanian prince. All Isaac lacks is the truth. From Sweets, the new African-American police commissioner whose ancestors fought against the British in 1776, to Billy the Kid, the meddling Governor of the State of New York, Isaac Sidel is one pingpong-playing errant knight among an army of heroes, villains, and mercenaries roaming the kingdom of New York. And while Isaac struggles forth, his worst enemy eludes him: the dark angel who promises both answers and blood...

Jerome Charyn: Little Angel Street. Mysterious Press, ISBN: 0892964626 (November, 1994), 274 p., $19.95.

 

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