The Blue Garou

The Blue Garou

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Detective 'Cadillac' Holland left a career as an intelligence operative to join the Louisiana State Patrol in order to find the solution to his father's disappearance in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Four years have passed and that case has gone cold. Now his sister wants him to prove that a pit bull is the murder weapon and not the murderer of New Orleans' most notorious criminal. The case leads to far more things than NOPD's Chief of Detectives ever imagined possible when he assigned Detective Holland to the investigation. The dog's tracks lead to the adoptive parents of the murder victim's son, the victim's street-wise fiancee, and a bodyguard with too many secrets. Detective Holland will also discover Federal investigations into a rap music label and a storage locker of missing firearms, a link between his canine suspect and a dog fighting ring, and uncover the blackmailing of a famous Hollywood actress. Most surprising of all are the unexpected clues Detective Holland finds to his own cold case. It seems everyone has a secret in post-Katrina New Orleans and Detective Holland has his hands full looking for a solution which will keep his promise to "reach a conclusion in line with everyone's perception of justice.""show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 238 pages
  • 154.94 x 233.68 x 12.7mm | 362.87g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507740832
  • 9781507740835

About H Max Hiller

H.Max Hiller's relationship with New Orleans began with his job as a cook on Bourbon Street at the age of seventeen. His resume now includes many of New Orleans' iconic music and dining destinations. A devoted reader of detective and crime novels, Max has worked as a chef on a boat traveling the inland waterways since Hurricane Katrina and began writing in his spare time. He now divides his time between the water and Hannibal, Missouri where he lives by the motto 'Be a New Orleanian wherever you are.' He shares a Victorian house located four blocks from the Mark Twain boyhood home with his wife Karen and a collection of rescue pets which include their dog, a neurotic terrier/wolf-hound mix, and far too many more