I keep saying it – she’s not big and there’s nothing easy about New Orleans. She is a beautiful tragedy, as is Coco Robichaux, the alluring victim in BARONNE STREET by Kent Westmoreland. There is nothing more tragic than the death of someone young. yes""> Jest before her death, Coco leaves a message on her ex-lover’s answering machine, a message that goes unanswered.yes""> And for this sin, New Orleans’ fixer-extraordinaire Burleigh Drummond must pay the price – solve his ex-lover’s murder. Drummond is as unique a hero as any presented in fiction. He’s a cool, aloof, intelligent, good looking guy, haunted by his inability to make things right in an imperfect world. BARONNE STREET is a high speed car race through the narrow, twisting streets of old New Orleans. Don’t miss the ride.

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Comment by I. J. Parker on October 9, 2010 at 4:51am
Yes, the covers have been great. :)
Comment by O'Neil De Noux on October 8, 2010 at 6:58am
I think that's what Kent wanted, a pole-stopping woman. Covers do help.

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