The Case of the Bourbon Street Hustler (Jonas Watcher, #2)

The Case of the Bourbon Street Hustler (Jonas Watcher, #2)

by Gene Poschman

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Overview

Murder in the Bayou!

New Orleans, the Crescent City... An armed standoff between Louisiana State Troopers and New Orleans Police... An art swindle that will end in murder... Smugglers working the Bayou...

 

Jonas Watcher arrives to determine if a dead man is really dead. Someone is dogging him to make sure he doesn't find out. The investigation takes him from the French Quarter to its surrounding Bayou where Jonas discovers that all the criminals aren't in the city.

 

If he's going to stay alive, Jason will have to rely on "invisibles" that aren't his own and a Colt 44 that is.

 

"The Case of the Bourbon Street Hustler" is the second novel in the Jonas Watcher Detective Adventure series. The story is picked up from the first novel, though it stands on its own. Author, Gene Poschman, takes Jonas out of his element and drops him into the Crescent City during political turmoil between New Orleans police and Baton Rouge troopers. He mixes in an old love interest, the New Orleans underworld, and friends from San Francisco for a heady brew of murder, mystery, and mayhem.

 

Purchase "The Case of the Bourbon Street Hustler" and take a journey back to the 1930s New Orleans and the Bayou, where the most dangerous reptiles walk on two legs.


 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153376073
Publisher: Gene Poschman
Publication date: 09/01/2016
Series: Jonas Watcher , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 18,924
File size: 279 KB

About the Author

I am a native Californian who married my high school sweetheart. We are still married; why she puts up with me is still a mystery.

I have always been an avid watcher of film noir, mysteries, and other detective crime fiction as well as science fiction and fantasy. I read quite a bit, which would probably surprise a number of my teachers. I would have been a better reader earlier if Dick and Jane were detectives, or at least, a wizard and witch.

The rest is subject to change on my personal whim.

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