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Search: Title Author Article. Rate this book. Chicago's unique brand of ball is sixteen-inch slow pitch, played in leagues all over the city for more than a century. But in politics, in business, and in law enforcement, the game is hardball. When V. Warshawski is asked to find a man who's been missing for four decades, a search that she figured would be futile becomes lethal.

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Just back from an Italian vacation, a chastened but still intrepid V. Warshawki soon finds herself embroiled in a new investigation—one that threatens her sense of self, not to mention her life.

In "Hardball", her thirteenth outing, the iconic Chicago private eye takes on the year-old disappearance of a young black man, one Lamont Gadsden, who played a key role in the civil rights protests that electrified the city during the summer of , and the new case quickly turns deadly as V.

Further raising the stakes is the surprise arrival—and even more surprising disappearance—of V. One of the many strengths of this novel is the attention lavished on V. The V. At the same time, Paretsky suggests, few people are all good—and few all bad, a point ingeniously brought home by. There are some events that are so huge, so paradigm-shifting—September 11 is another—that to tackle them risks overwhelming every other focal point, and the wisest, and most creative, choice may be to let the audience make the requisite connections.

From her Italian opera singer mother, V. Skip to content. Latest Books. Column: Coronavirus reveals flaws in our consumer-driven society. Books Column: Coronavirus reveals flaws in our consumer-driven society. Action movie has none of Robert B. Remembering Toni Morrison: Essential quotes.

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Hardball, by Sara Paretsky

The availability of items requested from other libraries may depend on the policies of the other libraries. Chicago politics--past, present, and future--take center stage in "New York Times"-bestselling author Paretsky's brilliant new V. Warshawski novel. We are now offering Borrow by Mail to all residents of Cumberland County.

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Review: "Hardball" by Sara Paretsky

Just back from an Italian vacation, a chastened but still intrepid V. Warshawki soon finds herself embroiled in a new investigation—one that threatens her sense of self, not to mention her life. In "Hardball", her thirteenth outing, the iconic Chicago private eye takes on the year-old disappearance of a young black man, one Lamont Gadsden, who played a key role in the civil rights protests that electrified the city during the summer of , and the new case quickly turns deadly as V. Further raising the stakes is the surprise arrival—and even more surprising disappearance—of V. One of the many strengths of this novel is the attention lavished on V. The V. At the same time, Paretsky suggests, few people are all good—and few all bad, a point ingeniously brought home by.

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