David Fulmer's first novel, Chasing the Devil's Tail, was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Mystery/Thriller Book Prize and the winner of the Shamus Award for Best First P.I. Novel. Fulmer lives in Atlanta with his daughter, Italia.
"Valentin's fourth case (Rampart Street, 2006, etc.) immediately draws the reader into its tapestry of the Big Easy in a memorable bygone era, even though character crosscurrents and a deep cast of memorable second-tier portraits overshadow the whodunit."
"The plot doesn't so much thicken as cover the same ground over and over in repetitive circles."
In turn-of-the-century New Orleans, the red-light district called Storyville is unrivalled in notoriety, a center of drugs, booze, prostitution, and the musical craze called jazz.
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