The Hoodoo Man is a fictional novel, which falls under the detective, mobster, and supernatural categories. Despite spanning the years 1984 to 2002, the plot has a fast pace and takes you from the Gulf Coast, to the Mardi Gras, to the Caribbean, and to Spain.
It is the first in the series entitled The Boudreau Family Saga and introduces Clovis Boudreau as the family patriarch. His son, Aristide, is a Louisiana police detective seeking to solve mysterious murders. Clovis's grandson, Freddie, is pursuing a career with the US Coast Guard.
A nefarious loan sharking mob decides to find a new way to murder gamblers who have defaulted in paying them back, making it look like a natural death! Bodies were turning up in morgues stretching from Alabama to Texas all along the Gulf of Mexico, including Arkansas & Tennessee. Their 'deaths' appeared to have been natural; however, forensic scientists are stumped as to the precise causes. Suddenly a similar victim comes back to life on the morgue table.
Aristide inadvertently stumbles onto the mob when his son's Mardi Gras friend was murdered.
|Publisher:||Sierra Breeze Publishing|
|Series:||The Boudreau Family Saga , #1|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||131 KB|
About the Author
Other nonfictional works of his are epic length historical novels that offer suspense about factual international events; but use a few fictional characters to help carry the story along.