Voodoo River

Voodoo River

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Baker & Taylor
Elvis Cole finds himself embroiled in a mystery involving a crazed housewife, a Cajun thug, and a menacing, hundred-year-old river turtle named Luther

Blackwell North Amer
Robert Crais has established Elvis Cole, his wisecracking private eye with a tough exterior but a soft heart, in the consciousness of mystery readers and reviewers everywhere. In Voodoo River, Elvis Cole returns in his most exciting adventure yet. Hired to uncover the past of Jodi Taylor, an actress in a hit television series, Elvis leaves his native Los Angeles to journey to deepest Louisiana to search for Jodi's biological parents. Soon he discovers the real reason he's been sent there - but not before run-ins with an amazing cast of characters, including a crazed, Raid-spraying housewife; a Cajun thug who looks like he's been built out of spare parts; and a menacing, hundred-year-old river turtle named Luther.

Baker
& Taylor

The wise-cracking private eye with a tough exterior and a soft heart returns in a mystery involving a crazed housewife, Cajun thug, and menacing, hundred-year-old river turtle named Luther that captures the heart of the bayou country. Tour.

Publisher: New York : Hyperion, [1995]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©1995
ISBN: 0786860766
Branch Call Number: MYS Crais, R 100.5 1995
Characteristics: 298 pages ; 25 cm

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dannnn
Feb 07, 2012

This is a good one. Not his best

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rahmmie
Feb 02, 2011

Entertaining book. Didn't like the ending too much but the rest was good

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