A murder mystery with a deliciously dark side - I loved it!
Edmond, OK (PRWEB) January 8, 2007
Someone is killing street people in New Orleans, and the murders threaten to stifle the City's delicate recovery process following killer hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Homicide detective Tony Nicosia suspects the practice of voodoo is somehow involved in the killings. He enlists the help of local expert Wyatt Thomas and his partner Mama Mulate. Thomas is the "go to" man for esoteric French Quarter information, Mama Mulate a professor of English literature at Tulane University. She is also an authentic voodoo mambo.
Author of Murder Etouffee, Prairie Sunset and A Gathering of Diamonds, Eric Wilder has penned his most suspenseful novel yet. A Louisiana native, Wilder places the reader directly on dark French Quarter streets, beneath lacy ferns and filigree ironwork. "A must read," Heather Froeschl of Bookreview.com writes. "A murder mystery with a deliciously dark side - I loved it!"
Native of Louisiana, Eric Wilder now lives and writes in Edmond, Oklahoma. The author of six other books, Wilder is a noted energy expert, and a scholar on events of historical significance that occurred in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana.
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