Baker & Taylor Cajun detective Dave Robicheaux ventures into Louisiana's bayou country on a case involving racial violence and class warfare
Blackwell North Amer The forty-year-old crucifixion of a prominent labor leader named Jack Flynn remains an unsolved atrocity that has never been forgotten in New Iberia, Louisiana. When Flynn's daughter, Megan, a photojournalist drawn to controversial subjects, returns to the site of her father's murder, it quickly becomes clear that her family's bloodstained past will not stay buried. Megan gives her old friend Dave Robicheaux a tip about a small-time criminal named Cool Breeze Broussard, scarcely suspecting that the seemingly innocuous case will lead Robicheaux and his partner, Helen Soileau, into the midst of a deadly conspiracy. As New Orleans mobsters and mysterious hit men converge on his parish, Robicheaux soon finds that all the clues point back in time to the tortured death of Jack Flynn.
Baker & Taylor The author of four New York Times best-sellers, including Cimarron Rose, sends his popular Cajun creation, detective Dave Robicheaux, into Louisiana's bayou country on a case of racial violence and class warfare. Tour.