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Louisiana, famous for its Mardi Gras, spicy cuisine, and Dixieland jazz, is also the scene of some of the most notorious crimes in the country. Best-selling authors Ron Franscell and Rebecca Morris write about a sultry Southern beauty who proved to be a deadly hitchhiker; the bloodiest day in New Orleans history captured on live TV; how life for a young woman changed just because she answered a knock at her front door; and a genteel wife and mother who left her husband to die in an alligator-infested bayou.

©2014 Rebecca Morris, Ron Franscell (P)2014 Notorious USA

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Another great listen

This, just like the others, is a well written book.

The characters come to life and the no nonsense approach to their crimes is refreshing.

Kevin Pierce is one of the best narrators of our time!

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Good choice

Many good stories in this book. Not to long. Only one was a little short. Overall very interesting. I like it.