Murder on the Pier - Jere Myles

This murder is only the beginning of a sordid number of events. Events etched against the Chicago skyline that will involve every echelon of the Chicago police department and make a talk show host a household name. Murder on the Pier, is a compelling work by Jere Myles, as Myles tells a story about tolerance that addresses philosophical issues and questions we have in the 21st century. Murder on the Pier is full of twists involving a menagerie of characters that include a priest who belongs on the cover of GQ; a widowed matriarch with an estranged daughter, and an inveterate fundamentalist who personifies evil as he is determined to leave no stone unturned while seeking to destroy one of the most celebrated love stories since The Front Runner.

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Release date: 2008
Genres: horror, thriller
Average rating: 10.00/10
Total ratings: 1
Updated: August 29, 2021

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10/10 |
May 15, 2013
Murder on the Pier by Jere Myles I love a good mystery and have often reread Sherlock Holmes. I thrive on good drama; who didn't enjoy watching Bogart in Maltese Falcon. The best old movies were well acted dramas taken from stage productions and ...