Synopses & Reviews
New Orleans, Louisiana. 1927. Creole aristocrat Charles St. Claire is found murdered, his throat slashed with a cane knife. Police discover his wife, Hollywood sex goddess Remy Lelourie, next to the body, drenched in blood. Chief investigator Daman Rourke, who loved and lost Remy years before, wants to believe she is innocent, even though he has seen her kill before. As the evidence against Remy mounts, three more murders rock the city, and Rourke is torn between old loyalties and his pursuit of the truth. As he follows the trail of death and betrayal through the back alleys and jazz haunts of the French Quarter, he finds himself deeper into the secrets and sins of none other than New Orleans' oldest and most respected family.
In 1927 New Orleans, attorney Charles St. Clair is brutally stabbed, and his wife, Hollywood goddess Remy Lelourie, is found covered in his blood. Detective Daman Rourke, who loved and lost Remy years ago, is torn between old loyalties and his pursuit of the truth, and follows a trail that plunges him into the secrets and sins of New Orleans's oldest family.