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When his cousin Verle is accused of murder, private investigator Michel Doucette heads to the small town of Bayou Proche to help prove Verle’s innocence. In the process, he uncovers a blackmail plot against one of Verle’s closest friends, and an apparent conspiracy to gain control of the mineral rights to Verle’s land in the Atchafalaya Basin. He is also forced to finallyWhen his cousin Verle is accused of murder, private investigator Michel Doucette heads to the small town of Bayou Proche to help prove Verle’s innocence. In the process, he uncovers a blackmail plot against one of Verle’s closest friends, and an apparent conspiracy to gain control of the mineral rights to Verle’s land in the Atchafalaya Basin. He is also forced to finally confront painful memories from his own childhood."Blue’s Bayou" is the fourth novel featuring detectives Michel Doucette and Sassy Jones. It was a finalist for the 2011 Lambda Literary Award for Best Gay Mystery....

Title : blue s bayou
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ISBN : 12946103
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 344 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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blue s bayou Reviews

  • Neet
    2019-04-08 01:57

    WOW!! This book was so good I hated for it to end and now I'll have to wait until April for the next in this wonderful series . Can I just say that I love Michel & Sassy Jones, they are the two best characters I've read in a long time. In this book we're introduced to a host of new characters including the wonderful Blue. David Lennon delves more into Michel Doucette's mysterious past when Michel goes to the Bayou to help investigate cousin Verel's accused of the murder of a prostitute. This book has so many twist and turns, so many intriguing characters that I won't spoil it by even attempting to describe them. I can only say please go out and purchase this book and you won't be disappointed. David Lennon, you're making me turn into an addict of your books...damn you!!

  • willowdog
    2019-04-22 02:04

    When gay private investigator Michael Doucette returns to his rural childhood summer retreat in Louisana upon his cousin's arrest for murder, he uncovers a town of suspects, a number of family secrets, and conspiracy to strip his cousin of everything.

  • Neil Plakcy
    2019-04-21 00:55

    I thought it was well-written but the main character wasn't that engaging -- he was presented just as described, very emotionally closed. But that doesn't make for fiction that carries you along.