Evil of the Age Evil of the Age

The Charles St. Clair Chronicles


Author: Allan Levine


In the sizzling summer of 1871, New Yorkers are talking about only two things: a murdered woman cruelly stuffed into a trunk and Tammany Hall's insidious corruption.


Journalist Charles St. Clair travels from the mansions of Fifth Avenue to the brothels of SoHo on the trail of both stories. But what he uncovers proves to be even more shocking than he ever imagined.



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