Book Reviews of French Quarter (Bayou, Bk 1)

French Quarter (Bayou, Bk 1)
French Quarter - Bayou, Bk 1
Author: Stella Cameron
ISBN-13: 9780821762516
ISBN-10: 0821762516
Publication Date: 5/1999
Pages: 445
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 42 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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While quite graphic, this is an intersting mystery.
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Good story set in old New Orleans. Very well written.
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This book was such a good book. I hadn't figured out the mystery by the end of the book which is unusual. It had great characters and a complex plot that wasn't overwhelming! I would highly reccomend it.
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I enjoyed this novel very much.
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Delivering chilling suspense, seething sensuality and an utterly compelling love story.
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Yummy, steamy fun
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Stella Cameron's French Quarter is an entertaining and suspenseful romantic thriller that offers something for everyone: murder, passion, lust, greed, organized crime, and political ambition, all skillfully blended and served up with a Cajun flair.
In contemporary New Orleans, beautiful and talented former Miss Louisiana Celena Payne is thrown into an uneasy partnership with Jack Charbonnet when a mutual friend, Errol Petrie, is killed. As the two slowly piece together a complex puzzle of murder and intrigue, Celena fears for her safety as enemies begin to emerge, including her own ne'er-do-well parents, an ambitious politician with his own plans for her, and the vicious gangsters linked to Jack through his parents' mob connections. Her growing feelings for Jack are mingled with a distrust that she must overcome, while Jack's own tormented past just may keep him from Celena's arms.

For readers who like their murder mysteries enlivened with a touch of steamy romance, French Quarter is a fast-paced and engaging choice. The perfect summer read. --Lisa Wanttaja --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title
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This book has a very interesting plot and I enjoyed it very much. I had not read any Stella Cameron books but I will definately read more.
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one of her best.
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When Celina finds a naked man dead in the bathroom, the terror begins.