Murder in the Rue St. Ann

Murder in the Rue St. Ann

by Greg Herren

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Overview

Chanse MacLeod is hired to find out who is trying to undermine a new nightclub opening in the French Quarter—but when the nightclub's publicist is murdered, the prime suspect in his boyfriend, Paul—who has a sordid past he carefully hid from Chanse. And when Paul jumps bail, it's up to Chanse to clear his boyfriend and find him, before it's too late.

The second Chanse Macleod mystery.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013907058
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books, Inc
Publication date: 03/01/2012
Series: Chanse MacLeod Mysteries , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 374,106
File size: 751 KB

About the Author

Greg Herren is a New Orleans-based author and editor. Former editor of Lambda Book Report, he is also a co-founder of the Saints and Sinners Literary Festival, which takes place in New Orleans every May. He is the author of ten novels, including the Lambda Literary Award winning Murder in the Rue Chartres, called by the New Orleans Times-Picayune “the most honest depiction of life in post-Katrina New Orleans published thus far.” He co-edited Love, Bourbon Street: Reflections on New Orleans, which also won the Lambda Literary Award. He has published over fifty short stories in markets as varied as Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine to the critically acclaimed anthology New Orleans Noir to various websites, literary magazines, and anthologies. His erotica anthology FRATSEX is the all time best selling title for Insightoutbooks. Under his pseudonym Todd Gregory, he published the bestselling erotic novel Every Frat Boy Wants It and the erotic anthologies His Underwear and Rough Trade (to be released by Bold Strokes Books in 2009).

A long-time resident of New Orleans, Greg was a fitness columnist and book reviewer for Window Media for over four years, publishing in the LGBT newspapers IMPACT News, Southern Voice, and Houston Voice. He served a term on the Board of Directors for the National Stonewall Democrats, and served on the founding committee of the Louisiana Stonewall Democrats. He is currently employed as a public health researcher for the NO/AIDS Task Force.

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Murder in the Rue St. Ann (Chanse MacLeod Series #2) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In Greg Herren's first Chance MacLeod mystery (Murder in the Rue Dauphin) the policeman-turned-private eye was unbelievably dumb as well as lucky. Having miracously survived that mystery, he is smarter in his second book. Now when he rushes off to confront a suspect, he tells someone first where he is going, and carries a gun to protect himself. And when he rushes to the murderer's home to make the reveal, he calls the police to tell them FIRST! However he still has not yet learned that the only satisfying way to make the reveal is to gather all the suspects in the manor house (okay this is New Orleans, make it a plantation house), reveal the murderer, and have the police waiting in the wings to rush in when the murderer confesses and tries to make good his/her escape.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*a girl enters the cabin. She has choppy ash blonde hair and light grey eyes with streaks of dark blue. Her bangs cover her right eye. Her features are sharp and aristocratic. She has a light tan and a light splattering of freckles on her face. She wears black skinny jeans and a Death Note shirt. A katana is on her back and an array of throwing knives are on a belt across her chest* Home..for now. *she throws her bag down on a bunk*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cant stop, i need some help, f--- u im by myself, is it truth or lie? Its what you cant deny! (Just a beginning)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wanna fly
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wth!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can post again ony at scart letter lol
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hello?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like pie.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Brilliant u?
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Hello
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Did u mean here?
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Hi
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Hey :D
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"That's still weird..."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I dont bknow .comes closrr. ill jsust leave .looks sad
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow..... I am a vegetarian in rl, so i might stand a chance. But wow. I feel so sorry. My friend Tyshia in rl does this and she loves it. Can u believe that?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Smiled at wolf im gonna have fun
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Hey wolf
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hades cabin
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He lays down on his bunk and looks at a picture of kels. He cries and falls to sleep muttering "where did you go?" Over and over.
brjunkie More than 1 year ago
Dominique DuPre is opening Domino's across from The Pub and Oz. But, she is being harassed/sabotaged, cut power lines and city code violations. Her PR guy Mark Williams says it is because she is black and the other clubs don't want the competition. Chanse's investigation turns out that Mark has a criminal record for fraud. And, Chanse must prove Paul's innocence. He has been arrested for the suspicion of murder. But, Chanse has doubts of his own when Paul's past resurfaces. How can you trust someone when you know they are not telling you the whole truth. Chanse's investigation turns up all kinds of things from Paul's past, that Chanse never knew about Paul. Next, Paul goes missing under suspicious circumstances. The real question is, is this the end for Chanse and Paul's relationship. Can they make things right, and find Paul in time?
Guest More than 1 year ago
Murder in the Rue St. Ann is a great book. I have read all three of the Chance McCloud murder series. I am the kind of person that is a not a reader. I would rather watch the movie, but Greg Herren was able to capture my imagination and keep me interested in this book. I couldn¿t put it down. I defiantly recommend this book to anyone that is either a avid reader or doesn¿t like to read long books.