Louisiana crawfish caper
Professor Stanley H. Parker was predatory as a Louisiana gator as he trolled the university waters for vulnerable female students, but someone ended his exploitation with arsenic-laced wine at a school crawfish boil. Fingerprints from economics teacher Faye Winters were found on the bottle, but she claims never to have handled it. Detective Grant is determined to prove her guilty while she tries to find the real killer amid a rich gumbo of suspects. With friends Jack and Clare, Faye investigates clues and cuisine in Louisiana’s bayou country. From Parker’s downhome funeral and potluck in Ferriday to a haunted bed and breakfast in Natchitoches to a séance in New Orleans, they sample regional specialties and trap a killer in the process.
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