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French Quarter

French Quarter

easyePublish.com
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August 22, 2011
Amazon ASIN: B005IKJB4S
Barnes & Noble ID: 294-0013037397

Bayou Book #1

The shocking death of her employer and patron Errol Petrie, the excesses suggested by the murder scene, and the investigation that is sure to follow are just some of the pieces of Celina Payne’s nightmare. And the last man she trusts is now the only man she needs.

Errol’s business partner and friend Jack Charbonnet, is powerful, enigmatic, and not about to let Celina hide from the truth. Somebody in New Orleans’ French Quarter killed Errol and Celina Payne tops the list of suspects. Jack’s past is as mysterious as the sultry bayou. He is said to be too dangerous to know, and deadly if crossed. Jack holds the key to Celina’s deliverance or her destruction…

This version of FRENCH QUARTER contains bonus excerpts from Stella Cameron’s paranormal, DARKNESS BOUND, an intense story of mystical danger and romance and her eBook re-release, KEY WEST, a steamy and suspenseful romance.

(originally published September 1998 in hardcover by Kensington and June 1999 in mass market paperback by Zebra Books)

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A Marked Man

A Marked Man

Mira
February 1, 2008
Amazon ASIN: B00134D6VC
ISBN-13: 978-1460308547

A Bayou Book

A Stella Cameron classic. First time in eBook.

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR STELLA CAMERON’S STEAMY NEW SUSPENSE CUTS LIKE A KNIFE

“If you’re looking for chilling suspense and red hot romance, look no farther than Stella Cameron!” —Tess Gerritsen

The object of obsessive hatred or an evil killer? Max Savage claims he is a marked man who unwittingly attracts danger to anyone he cares about, but the folks in Toussaint, Louisiana aren’t so sure.

When Annie Duhon meets Dr. Max Savage, she tries to deny their mutual attraction. Scarred both physically and psychologically by a terrifyingly violent incident in her past, she’s a young woman who has struggled to overcome feelings of inadequacy. For years she has avoided all romantic relationships with men. Now, as manager of Pappy’s, the colorful dance hall and eatery in Toussaint, she’s achieved a level of success she never thought possible — but the scars remain. Max has other reasons for keeping his feelings for Annie to himself. For years, he claims, an unknown assailant has hounded him — a lunatic who has viciously killed any woman Max has become involved with. The clever villain has even managed to turn suspicion for his crimes on Max. No charges have ever been proved, but neither has Max ever been able to establish his innocence. Better to deny himself and keep Annie safe than expose her to possible danger.

Now, Max has come to Toussaint to start a new practice far from the rumors and innuendo that have nearly ruined his life. As he works with his brothers to develop his new clinic, Max finds himself growing closer to Annie. Finally, unable to resist his attraction to her, he convinces himself that he can risk a new relationship.

Then another woman, a colleague, goes missing and suspicion again falls on Max. Though he insists that he isn’t the serial killer, that someone else is targeting him, can Annie take the chance that he’s just a marked man?

Finding himself in the same situation — again suspected of a terrible crime — Max realizes that he’ll never beat his tormentor by running away. Rather, he must unmask the killer and prove his innocence before it’s too late — for himself and for Annie.

(originally published November 2006 by Harlequin MIRA)

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Target

Target

Mira
April 1, 2007
ISBN-10: 0778324257
ISBN-13: 978-0778324256

A Bayou Book

Nearly two decades ago a charismatic man called Colin controlled an isolated community hidden in foothills north of San Francisco in what was supposed to be a life free of materialism. Instead, Colin turned The Refuge into a mass grave as he completed a sinister plan to exterminate his followers—all except three children, who slipped through his fingers and escaped with his secrets.

Today, Nick Board and the two beautiful sisters, Sarah and Aurelie, who escaped with him, are living quietly under the radar in the little bayou town of Point Judah, Louisiana. But when the bodies at The Refuge are uncovered, the nightmare of the past forces the friends out into the open. To survive, they must stay one step ahead of the man who has been waiting for them to surface. Driven by greed and anger, he intends them to take his secrets to their graves.

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Now You See Him

Now You See Him

Mira
November 1, 2004
Amazon ASIN: B000AI4K6C
ISBN-10: 0778320995
ISBN-13: 978-0778320999

A Bayou Book

Death at Mardi Gras

Ellie Byron witnessed the first murder…

Two years ago during Mardi Gras a young woman was brutally killed with an ice pick. Charles Penn, a hard-eyed man with a history of violence, was convicted. But Ellie was never certain of his guilt. Now, while being transported between maximum security prisons, he’s escaped.

Death in Diamonds

Suddenly another woman is found dead, lying cold on a bed of diamonds in a New Orleans jewelry shop. Recognizing that both murders mirror the crimes in bestselling novels by Sonia Elliott and must be connected, the police show up at Ellie’s Toussaint, Louisiana, bookshop. The first murder had frightened Ellie, but their news of a second terrifies her. Afraid for her own safety, she turns to the only person she really trusts: attorney Joe Gable. Joe would give his life to protect Ellie, but neither he nor Ellie knows just how deadly and brilliant an enemy they face—or how near he is.

Death of a Witness

When the third book in Elliott’s mystery series is released, Joe and Ellie realize that time has run out. In this book, the killer eliminates the only threat to his freedom. The last death will be the death of a witness.

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Kiss Them Goodbye

Kiss Them Goodbye

Mira
November 1, 2003
ISBN-10: 1551667452
ISBN-13: 978-1551667454

A Bayou Book

RT TOP PICK! 4½ Stars.
Cameron masterfully takes readers to a truly enticing place with this suspenseful tale. Her vivid storytelling makes each scene come alive and will draw you in from the first page.” —Debbie Richardson, Romantic Times

Just weeks after inheriting Rosebank, a once-magnificent plantation on the banks of Bayou Teche, David Patin died in a mysterious fire that destroyed his popular New Orleans restaurant. In the aftermath, his daughter Vivian and wife Charlotte are shocked to discover that the family finances are as run-down as their only remaining asset—Rosebank.

With her degree in hotel management and her mother’s restaurant expertise, Vivian Patin decides to restore the family fortunes by turning the lushly overgrown and decaying Rosebank into a resort hotel with all the sultry charm of old Louisiana. But Vivian’s dream becomes a nightmare when she finds the family’s lawyer dead on the sprawling grounds of the estate—with a rose on his chest and a brilliant lipstick mark on his cheek. Suddenly Vivian begins to wonder if someone is targeting Rosebank and the Patin family . . . and if her father’s death was, in fact, an accident.

Dissatisfied with the local police investigation, Vivian approaches Spike Devol, deputy sheriff of a nearly town, who has a reputation for being smart, honest and tough. She asks him to help her find the truth. But the instant attraction between them leaves Spike reluctant to get involved–until he discovers that Vivian could be the next victim. When another shocking murder occurs at Rosebank, it’s clear that the stakes have never been higher—and that now it’s up to Spike and Vivian to catch a killer . . . before he kills again.

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Cold Day in July

Cold Day In July

Kensington
August 1, 2002
ISBN-10: 1575668211
ISBN-13: 978-1575668215

A Bayou Book

*Don’t miss the expanded version of this book, DEAD END, available January 2014.

Toussaint, Louisiana, a sleepy bayou town where people are accustomed to feeling safe among the cypress trees, the mist off sluggish waters and Spanish moss trailing from live oaks. Good time living to a zydeco beat. Yeah! Then, the body of singer Bonnie Blue is found, her neck broken. Local doctor Reb O’Brien doesn’t believe the gossip–that Bonnie accidentally fell to her death. She remembers all too well the murders of two other woman a couple of years earlier. The killer was caught and placed behind bars. Now, what happened to Bonnie raises chilling questions about a case thought closed–and someone is trying to frighten Reb into leaving well enough alone.

Marc Girard believes the dead woman may be his missing sister and, though he vowed to stay away from his hometown of Toussaint, he comes back to search for the truth–even if it means joining forces with Reb, a woman he left behind along with his past. With only each other to trust, their mutual wariness gives way to a passion that marks them for gossip in a town ready to explode–and makes them vulnerable to the greatest betrayal of all.

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