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The Glory Hole Murders |
Originally published 1985
In The Glory Hole Murders a gay, New Orleans aristocrat, Matt Sinclair, solves a murder of a supposedly straight family man in the men's room of a gay bar. Nominated for an Edgar award. The New York Times Book Review said, "A first in mystery fiction."
The Closet Hanging
Originally published 1987
|The gay aristocrat, Matt Sinclair, the scion of an old New Orleans family, is accused of murder. The victim was found hanged in a closet owned by Matt's family. And Matt can't account for his whereabouts due to temporary amnesia caused by an epileptic seizure. |
|Kiss Yourself Goodbye|
1986; reprinted 2004
UK and US editions
Now available in the US!
"My law practice is like sex. I only do it for a few friends." So saying, Matt Sinclair, gay scion of an ancient New Orleans family, sets out to clear his cousin Sylvia of murder and to track down the real culprit.
|The Hippie in the Wall |
Out of Print--Limited Availability
Twenty years earlier, Margo Fortier, now prominent in New Orleans high society, had danced topless in the French Quarter, and when a walled-up body is found in her old club, Margo uncovers a conspiracy that threatens her position and her life.
Gossip columnist and former topless dancer Margo Fortier tries to break into hard news by launching her own investigation into the brutal murder of the ""Mystic Delphine,"" a New Orleans television psychic.
Don't Blame the Snake
Don't Blame the Snake lands the stripper-turned-society columnist heroine at a literary conference on a cruise ship. One of the participants is killed in his cabin, and Margo must keep a close eye on the odd and unsavory suspects, including a bestselling author and his dominatrix, an ex-jewel thief and a struggling professor.