Very Good in Good jacket. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" 362 Pages. Red and pale yellow boards with title embossed on front, very bright silver lettering on spine. Dust jacket has unclipped price $12.95 and has some edge wear. The exciting story of a man who throws the city of New Orleans into a panic as a result of four brutal murders. A tale of suspense that tells of a cruel and comic chase of mythic proportions. A compoelling journey into the dark reaches of American consciousness. To most tourists and conventioneers, New Orleans is simply a place sensuality, a town where they may indulge in things they would never allow themselves at home. One thing they do not expect is Charlie Boy---a killer who sleeops during the day and moves out into the stream of hookers and hucksters that flows through the gaudy attractions of Bourbon Street. Among this year's tourists is a Boston doctor, in town for a medical convention. Josiah Moment has never been away from home. He has lived the life most of us live. He has never been unfaithful to his wife or to his practice--until now--when the things that happoen to him combine with his instinctive hatred for injustice and threaten to alter the course of his existence. The author has captured the pace and picdture of a city where tradition reigns, wheere vilence lurks always just beheanth the surface of a casual sexuality. A fascinating cast of characteers---both high born and low, eccentric and conventional. feibleman grew up in New Orleans, which formed the background of his first novel, A Place Without Twilight.
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