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Publisher's Summary

Acclaimed author Keith Lee Johnson evokes the dark and deadly world of 1950s New Orleans in this third novel from his popular series featuring street-savvy Johnnie Wise.

Unafraid to use her assets, young Johnnie has wiled her way into the lives of several dangerous men. She also happens to be connected to three murders. Now that her enemies are closing in from all sides, it seems her luck may run out.

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©2006 Keith Lee Johnson (P)2007 Recorded Books

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You have to have all three ...

I really enjoyed these books. The narrator seemed to enjoy reading the books too.

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should be a series or a movie

didn't want it to end I listened to and read the whole 7 book series over and over again

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Johnnie, Johnnie, Johnnie

I love Johnnie Wise, and I'm so gonna miss her. She had me as usual, laughin out loud. This is the first audio book that I finished the same day that I bought it. I didn't want to turn it off. I didn't like what happened to some of the characters, but it was good, none the less.

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it was ok

this was my least favorite of the series..Napoleon and bubbles went out sad although they were shady nevertheless they weren't that bad especially Napoleon because he really was willing to give Johnny a better life and I felt like johnny could have ended up much better in the end..I felt like we could have seen more if her and Napoleons relationship develop because honestly Lucas wasn't really good to her although she did some things to save His life. idk this book screamed struggle love because johnny could have gotten a better man if only she tried to move on from lucas