Tracy ClarkTracy Clark is the two-time Sue Grafton Memorial Award-winning author of the highly acclaimed Chicago Mystery Series and the Detective Harriet Foster Novels. All four of her Chicago Mysteries were both Anthony Award and Lefty Award finalists. Broken Places was a Shamus Award finalist, a CrimeReads Best New PI Book of 2018, a Midwest Connections Pick, a Library Journal Best Books of the Year, and was shortlisted for the American Library Association's RUSA Reading List. Clark also was a Mary Higgins Clark Award finalist for Borrowed Time, a two-time Shamus Award finalist for Broken Places and What You Don’t See, and an Agatha Award finalist for What You Don’t See. She won the Sue Grafton Memorial Award from Mystery Writers of America twice for Borrowed Time and Runner. In addition to her Cass Raines novels, Tracy's short story "For Services Rendered," appears in the anthology Shades of Black: Crime and Mystery Stories by African‑American Authors. A native of Chicago, she works as an editor in the newspaper industry and roots for the Cubs, Sox, Bulls, Bears, and Blackhawks equally. She’s a proud member of Crime Writers of Color, Mystery Writers of America, and Sisters in Crime, and she sits on the boards of Bouchercon National and the Midwest Mystery Conference. Visit her online at TracyClarkBooks.com.
Series by Tracy Clark: A Chicago Mystery