Chicago P.D., Homicide is broken up into four individual stories with a through line that unites them.
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No other family in the history of America has provided more solace to the surviving family members of homicide victims than the Morris family of Chicago which has furnished their fair city with four continuous generations of excellent and dedicated homicide detectives.
In the first part of this four-part novel which is titled, “A Near Miss,” homicide detective James Morris attempts to unravel the mysteries behind the prohibition era St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. During his investigation, however, James learns more than cares to know about the widespread corruption which is all-encompassing during the years that Al Capone holds sway over the city of Chicago.
“The Dumpster,” is a gripping account of a nineteen fifties series of homicides that pits detective Peter Morris against a serial killer who has been practicing his evil craft on the North side of Chicago for months on end.
“Dead and Covered up,” is an intriguing narrative that takes place during the nineteen nineties that details the trials and tribulations of Detective Sergeant Paul Morris who must first weave his way through the maze of an incredible sub-plot before he ultimately begins to suspect that a fellow homicide detective may actually be a serial killer himself.
“Vice and Virtue,” is a 21st century adventure that delves deeply into the lives of some of the most brutal and violent members of the modern-day gangs that rove the city streets of Chicago where they are seemingly allowed to ply their evil trade at free will.