Chicago’s Designs: A Patrick MacKenna Mystery

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In Bed with the Mob

Patrick MacKenna wins a coveted design job for a new client—a mob boss who’s also his girlfriend’s father, while police think a murder case he has stumbled upon is a mob hit. Meanwhile he falls helplessly for Kitty, a talented waitress his father has brought over from Ireland to work in the family’s Irish pub. Can he let down his client’s daughter, help the law solve the case and survive to finish his project—a young architect’s dream?

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A deftly scripted mystery with more unexpected twists and unanticipated turns than a Disney Land roller coaster, “Chicago’s Designs” is a compulsively compelling read from cover to cover. While especially and unreservedly recommended for community library Contemporary Mystery/Suspense collections, it should be noted for the personal reading lists of all dedicated mystery buffs that “Chicago’s Designs” is also available in a digital book format (Kindle, $4.99) .–James A Cox, Editor-in-Chief, Midwest Book Review, Oregon Wisc.

Patrick MacKenna wins a coveted design job for a new client—a mob boss who’s also his girlfriend’s father, while police think a murder case he has stumbled upon is a mob hit. Meanwhile he falls helplessly for Kitty, a talented waitress his father has brought over from Ireland to work in the family’s Irish pub. Can he let down his client’s daughter, help the law solve the case and survive to finish his project—a young architect’s dream?

 Fast-moving action, architecture and romance

This intriguing glimpse into Patrick’s early years brings together fast-moving action, architecture and romance in a satisfying prequel to the Patrick MacKenna mystery/thriller series.

–T.W.  Fendley, Author of the Zero Time Chronicles

Best mystery of architecture and Chicago since The Devil in the White City
Rich, exciting, fun and a real page turner, this is the best mystery of architecture and Chicago since The Devil in the White City.

–Robert O. Little, Former President, Ittner Architects