Crescent City Killers
Delta Private Investigations Book 2
In the shadowy alleyways of 1938 New Orleans, sin is cheap, but life is cheaper.
In the wake of the mayor’s death, amid an influx of criminal gangs looking to profit on the Crescent City’s lucrative trade in forbidden pleasures, a new threat lurks — can Callahan and Walsh crack the case before the city crumbles under its weight?
Dive deep into the seductive underbelly of New Orleans with Crescent City Killers, the riveting next chapter in the series that brought you the first critically acclaimed noir tale of Jack Callahan and Lane Walsh, The Jazzman’s Requiem. As vibrant jazz notes fill the fetid air of the New Orleans waterfront, and the clinking of glasses echoes from dimly lit bars, our duo find themselves entangled in a web of deceit more dangerous and intricate than they’ve ever faced.
Raymond Chandler’s sharp wit meets Dashiel Hammett’s raw intensity in this tale where every corner turned might be your last. Be among the first to unravel the mysteries lurking in the French Quarter. Pre-order now and journey with Callahan and Walsh through the Crescent City’s darkest secrets.
From The Author
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