Books by Robert E. Skinner

CAT-EYED TROUBLE by Robert E. Skinner
Released: Feb. 1, 1998

"The tensely textured hard-boiled milieu is practically the only survivor."
Five years after he gets framed for killing streetcorner hustler Junior Obregon, and several hours after his waiting girlfriend Lottie Sonnier gets executed gangland style, ex-cop Israel Daggett, released from Angola, pulls back into New Orleans. Read full book review >
SKIN DEEP, BLOOD RED by Robert E. Skinner
Released: Jan. 1, 1997

"It's Farrell's own explosive situation, in fact, that rescues this procession of insubstantial tough guys and tougher janes who'd otherwise flicker into momentary life and be gone in a puff of smoke."
Shady New Orleans nightclub owner Wesley Farrell is an ex- janitor, ex-handyman, ex-boxer, and ex-Negro. Read full book review >