Julie Smith - Fiction - 1997 - 326 pages
Skip Langdon, a New Orleans police detective, encounters death in her own hometown when the local police superintendent is gunned down and then the murderer is killed by a ...
Julie Smith - Fiction - 1997 - 358 pages
Traces Police Detective Skip Langdon's ongoing struggle to expose Errol Jacomine, a candidate for mayor of New Orleans with a reputation for civic spirit, as a psychopath
Julie Smith - Fiction - 2004 - 304 pages
Having chased corrupt evangelical preacher and dangerous presidential hopeful Errol Jacomine for years, New Orleans police detective Skip Langdon finds her loved ones targeted ...
Julie Smith - Fiction - 1995 - 368 pages
Detective Skip Langdon believes that TOWN, a computer bulletin board community, holds the key to the "accidental" death of Geoff, a computer genius
Julie Smith - Fiction - 1999 - 339 pages
Police Detective Skip Langdon investigates the disappearance of a New Orleans councilwoman's husband
Julie Smith - Fiction - 2002 - 352 pages
Talba Wallis--fledgling African-American private detective, poet laureate, and leader of New Orleans's cafT society--is hired by veteran sleuth Eddie Valentino to find a ...
Julie Smith - Fiction - 2002 - 303 pages
Increasingly disturbed by her inability to uncover the true identity of an old friend, New Orleans private investigator and poet Talba Wallis takes on a suspicious new client ...