Streetscape: A Jake Soho Mystery

Streetscape: A Jake Soho Mystery
Travel with 30-something Jake Soho as he thinks too much about drugs and failed relationships. Throw in a touch of irony, a noir theme or two, and a poke at Corporate Disney and what do you have? An all-American Mystery as good as they get! And a must for summer reading!

by Carl Waldman
Streetscape: A Jake Soho Mystery: Drug use, failed relationships, and failed art career lead a thirty-year-old from upstate New York to homelessness in NYC. To help pass the time, Jake Soho, as he is known on the street, follows people, role-playing that he is a private detective. One of his tail jobs leads to a real mystery. He now has a purpose and, to solve the riddle, winds up in an unlikely locale far from the City where he saves the day. Or does he really? 191 pages

About the Author
Carl Waldman is a freelance writer who divides his time between the streets of New York City and the hills of upstate New York. He is the author of a number of reference books on Native Americans, including Atlas of the North American Indian, Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes, and Biographical Dictionary of American Indian History to 1900. He co-authored other books on history and popular culture, including Encyclopedia of Exploration, Encyclopedia of European Peoples, The Art of Magic, Elvis Immortal, and Forever Sinatra. He also has co-written several screenplays, including an episode of Miami Vice for NBC and The Legend of Two Path, a drama about the Native American side of Raleigh’s Lost Colony, shown at Festival Park on Roanoke Island in North Carolina. His hobbies include music and he has played in a number of bands and has worked with young people in music workshops. Streetscape is his first mystery.

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