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The Brothers II: Murders on the Bayou Susan La Riviere

The Brothers II: Murders on the Bayou

Susan La Riviere

Published June 2nd 2015
ISBN : 9780979355905
Paperback
238 pages
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Jake, Levi, Sergeant Rocky La Roche and Sheriff LeBlanc team up in St. Martinville, Louisiana to find the serial killer of two men who were hung by their ankles. Burning mansions and slave cabins add to the mystery. Marie Mascarade, aka Gator Woman,MoreJake, Levi, Sergeant Rocky La Roche and Sheriff LeBlanc team up in St. Martinville, Louisiana to find the serial killer of two men who were hung by their ankles. Burning mansions and slave cabins add to the mystery. Marie Mascarade, aka Gator Woman, is a person of interest although the men can find no evidence that incriminates her. The closer the team gets to the truth, the more voodoo evil comes their way.

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