The White League

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Toby Press, 2005 - Fiction - 462 pages
18 Reviews
Paul Blanchard's comfortable world is turned upside down when his old fraternity brother, Mark Morvant, threatens to expose the secret that Paul has been harboring for 20 years. He demands that Paul secure for him the backing of a clandestine organization caleld The White League, a group he maintains is the real power in New Orleans. As his well-ordered world begins to collapse around him, Paul struggles with the moral consequences of his own past.

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This book was a riveting read for me. I really enjoyed the glimpses into the past given through the writings, as well as the complex interplay between family members and the sense of place given through the descriptive prose. Read full review

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Thomas Zigal is the author of the critically acclaimed Kurt Muller mystery series set in Aspen, CO. He is a graduate of the Stanford Writing Program and has published short stories and book reviews in literary magazines and fiction anthologies for the past 30 years. He grew up on the Texas Gulf Coast and in Louisiana and now lives in Austin, TX.

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