The Battle for New Orleans: The Casino Wars

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iUniverse, May 24, 2006 - Fiction - 356 pages
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"Napoleon began to count the people against his quest to obtain the only land-based gaming casino to be located in post- Hurricane Katrina New Orleans. The president of a major Las Vegas casino corporation, his chief rival for the project, and the city's political establishment were obviously against him. Recently, the retired Citys mob boss and his mafia daughter princess could be added to the list. Even his only living relative, his saintly grandmother, was turning her back on him. Tomorrow the local blue blood newspaper would write an article about him and the casino project. Not knowing what they would write, he figured he put them on the get Napoleon list. All in all, things seem to be going not as planned." New Orleans has a reputation as a city of loose morals, strip joints, and partying. But it lacks a large, Las Vegas-style casino to support and further mold that reputation. Things are about to change when the citizens of the Big Easy decide to legalize a land-based casino.

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