Private Investigator Neal Rafferty finds the body of a French Quarter book dealer, a list of females, each with a good reason to kill, and a love affair with the prime suspect.
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Chris Wiltz, a native New Orleanian, is the author of six books. The Last Madam: A Life in the New Orleans Underworld, Chris' first work of nonfiction, is the story of Norma Wallace, French Quarter legend. Her other five books are novels, all set in New Orleans. Glass House uses a true incident as a jump-off point: the killing of a New Orleans police officer in 1980 and the racial fear and unrest that resulted. Her earlier novels, The Killing Circle, A Diamond before You Die, and The Emerald Lizard, are mysteries featuring Irish Channel detective Neal Rafferty. Shoot the Money, a crime novel, is available as an eBook. She also co-wrote and co-produced the TV documentary Backlash: Race and the American Dream about David Duke and his followers, which aired on PBS in 1992, at the time of the gubernatorial runoff between David Duke and Edwin Edwards.Review:
"A lean, smart, warm-centered mystery debut--rich in unromanticized New Orleans backgrounds, shrewd character sketches, and steady, non-corny action." -- Kirkus
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