In the last week of Feb. 1927, handsome Nick Gable arrives in Bay St. Louis, Miss., and meets with local lawyer, Dudley Marquette, concerning the purchase of eighteen thousand acres of land in Devil's Swamp. On a trip out to the property, Nick encounters Claude, a descendant of the swamp people whose pirate ancestors helped Gen. Andrew Jackson win the Battle of New Orleans near the end of the War of 1812. While at a roaring twenties party held at a hotel, Nick slips away from the crowd and has a clandestine meeting with three men. Under their leader's direction, Nick is setting up a major illegal booze shipping operation between Cuba and Bay St. Louis. The Internal Revenue Service and its rogue agents begin to use brutal tactics to get information about the shipments. Undercover agents from New Orleans disappear while investigating Nick's operations. Eventually, ambulance drivers, black funeral home owners, and even the sheriff and his deputies become involved in shipment activities.
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Mack Cameron was born in Laurel, Mississippi. He was on crutches as a child from the first grade to the middle of the fourth grade when, through the grace of God, he was able to walk again. He attended Mississippi State University (MSU), receiving a Bachelor's Degree and a Master's Degree in Political Science. He worked in Washington, D. C. as Staff Assistant to U. S. Senator John C. Stennis. He then served as an officer in U. S. Army Military Intelligence. He attended law school at the University of Mississippi. Mr. Cameron served as Assistant Legal Counsel for the United States Secret Service under Presidents Nixon, Ford and Carter. He returned to Mississippi and worked as a Special Assistant Attorney General in the Mississippi Attorney General's Office under four Attorneys General. Mr. Cameron has served on the Mississippi State Bar Ethics Committee and is in the State of Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and the Mississippi State University Sports Hall of Fame. He and his father, C. B. "Buck" Cameron, were the first father-son duo in the State of Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.
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