What happens when you put two of the most irreverent women (one a bounty hunter and the other a case of mistaken identity) together for a rip-roaring, hilariously wild adventure? This time around, join bounty hunter Alex Morgan and her new friend, former mistaken suspect jumper Hope Harrington, as they head to New Orleans during Mardi Gras for the bounty of a lifetime: a descendant of the legendary Marie Laveau!
Archelologist Jonas Biggs has been hired to do the dig at Andersonville Prison, the worst POW camp during the Civil War. He has taken along his niece, Savannah Biggs, the only child of his twin brother, John. As the past is uncovered, the Biggs family get much more than they bargained for. Savannah is the only female born since before the war.
"Great Civil War History-Mystery"
The bodies are piling up in Key West outside a famous drag bar. Is that a clue or a coincidence? Is it a serial killer? The story is seen through the eyes of the main character - and what eyes they are! Lou, the mild-mannered detective by day and a fabulous drag queen (Lola) by night, can get into all kinds of trouble! The head detective, O'Leary, and Lou (Lola) go on a case that has been haunting them since their days in the Big Apple.
The Morgan and Herrington series revolves around a cynical, sarcastic female bounty hunter named Alex Morgan and Hope Harrington, a downtrodden, mousy secretary, who meet when Alex mistakes Hope for the "jumper" she's in hot pursuit of and slaps the cuffs on. After this zany encounter, the two collude, with the result being one of the most tongue-in-cheek and hilarious mysteries written.
In the years leading up to the 1950's, there were no resources for the challenged. They were placed in asylums or back rooms and left to die. They were never talked about or acknowledged. They were the silent children. The ones no one wanted. The ones who were never given a chance to live. Yvonne Mason tells the story of Stan, her brother, who was never supposed to succeed. He was supposed to fail.