|Author:||O'Neil De Noux|
|Title:||New Orleans Confidential|
|Format:||mbr mobi doc lit|
|ePUB size:||1914 kb|
|FB2 size:||1520 kb|
|DJVU size:||1775 kb|
|Publisher:||PointBlank; First Edition edition (January 12, 2006)|
John said: Good collection of shorts. This is a collection of short stories .
NEW ORLEANS CONFIDENTIAL is a series of eleven short stories. NEW ORLEANS CONFIDENTIAL includes two award-winning stories: Too Wise – The Short Mystery Fiction Society’s DERRINGER Award for Best Novelette and The Heart Has Reasons – The Private Eye Writers of America’s SHAMUS Award for Best Short Story.
Born in New Orleans, O’Neil De Noux is a prolific American writer of novels and short stories. Much of De Noux’s writing is character-driven crime fiction, although he has written in many disciplines including historical fiction, children’s fiction, mainstream fiction, science-fiction, suspense, fantasy, horror, western, literary, religious, romance, humor and erotica. De Noux is also the 2009 DERRINGER AWARD winner for Best Novelette for Too Wise. The Derringer Awards are given annually by the Short Mystery Fiction Society to recognize excellence in the short mystery fiction form. Another De Noux story, The Bonnie and Clyde Caper was runner up in the Derringer Award Best Long Story category.
Written by O'Neil De Noux, Audiobook narrated by Scott Galloway Smith. Come prowl the lonely, sometimes violent streets of American's most exotic city, the city that care forgot, New Orleans, with a lone-wolf private-eye named Lucien Caye. Unlike most 40s PIs, Caye rarely drinks, doesn't smoke or wear a hat (it messes up his hair). Caye lives and works in the run-down New Orleans French Quarter of the late 1940s
O’Neil De Noux writes in multiple genres, including historical fiction and realistic, character-driven crime fiction featuring the accurate dialogue of the street and strong settings, primarily New Orleans. His erotica seethes and his science fiction adventure stories are a throwback to Edgar Rice Burroughs. HOLD ME, BABE by O’Neil De Noux was nominated for BEST PAPERBACK ORIGINAL PRIVATE EYE NOVEL. The Shamus Award is given annually by the Private Eye Writers of America to recognize outstanding achievement in private eye fiction. 2017 DERRINGER AWARD Nominee for BEST LONG STORY Effect on Men.
Three love stories by New Orleans writer O'Neil De Noux. Cover art by Martha Landry. World War II veteran Sergeant Leo Minosa has come from Wyoming to New Orleans to meet the woman whose image he painted on his B-24 bomber – Louisiana Lullaby. An erotic thriller with ménage, interracial and girl/girl themes by O'Neil De Noux.
com Product Description (ISBN 0809556898, Paperback). Come prowl the lonely, sometimes violent streets of America's most exotic city, the city that care forgot, New Orleans, with a lone-wolf private eye named Lucien Caye. Caye lives and works in the run-down New Orleans French Quarter of the late 1940s. Women float in and out of Caye's life, like the alluring brunette who wants him to bodyguard her while she poses for sexy pictures
A collection of mystery stories set in New Orleans - 1940s Private-eye Lucien Caye, 1890s NOPD Detective Jacques Dugas as well as NOPD Homicide Detectives John Raven Beau and Dino LaStanza (he’s back!). There are also a couple ghost stories, a maniac story, the gold bug of Jean Lafitte, a man with moon hands and a future-cop story with a guy named Max. More.
View More by This Author. Caye lives and works in the run-down New Orleans French Quarter of the late 1940s
Born in New Orleans, O’Neil De Noux is a prolific American author of novels and brief tales. even if a lot of De Noux’s fiction falls below the secret style (character-drive crime fiction primarily), he has released tales in lots of disciplines together with mainstream fiction, little ones and young-adult fiction, science-fiction, suspense, delusion, horror, western, literary, spiritual, romance, humor and erotica. In 2007, the personal Eye Writers of the United States presented its prestigious SHAMUS AWARD for top brief tale to The center Has purposes via O'Neil De Noux