Synopses & Reviews
Scotty Bradley is nobody's idea of a saint, but when you live in a place like New Orleans, the equivalent of a gay candy store, it's a bit hard to be monogamous. Unfortunately, Scotty's straight-arrow, FBI agent, sort-of boyfriend Frank has other ideas--deep, committed love ideas. It's enough to send a guy into full-fledged slut mode, which is how Scotty finds himself nursing a massive hangover in a hotel room with cutie pie Bryce Bell, he of the rounded backside and sheepish grin. It turns out that Bryce is the hottest young figure skater in the country. He's also hiding a secret bigger than his Joe Boxers. Always game for a good time, Scotty is thrilled to get a sly invitation and Bryce's hotel key card delivered via a Skate America usher. But what Scotty finds when he arrives at the hotel isn't the gay blade himself, but a dead body, stabbed through the heart. Suddenly, Scotty is thrust into Bryce's other life and his ambiguous connection to an unsolved crime that has haunted the New Orleans police for years--the theft of a priceless artifact from the Cabildo Museum, which was burned to the ground. Scotty is also drawn back into the arms of Colin, the world's sexiest cat burglar, who has a lot of light to shed on the Cabildo fire. Still, there's something not quite right about this case, something hidden and potentially devastating. Scotty feels it through his tarot readings and sees it in his increasingly terrifying visions. What is the connection that underlies Bryce's twisted family secrets, an artifact worth killing for, and a troubling incident from Scotty's own past? As he races to unravel the mystery, Scotty feels himself chilled by a foreboding unlike any he has ever known.As smooth and refreshing as an ice-cold bottle of Jax beer, as sexy as the smoky jazz clubs of New Orleans, Jackson Square Jazz is Greg Herren's most entertaining novel to date.
Greg Herren gives readers a tantalizing glimpse of New Orleans.--The Midwest Book Review
The buff, blond go-go boy of "Bourbon Street Blues" is back, embroiled with a few good men and a murder case that is turning the Big Easy into anything but.