New Orleans Beat book. I am a big fan of Julie Smith mysteries and I believe this completes the Skip Langdon series. The story is rich and complex like all Julie Smith mysteries
New Orleans Beat book. The story is rich and complex like all Julie Smith mysteries. A great plot to keep you guessing right to the end.
Praise for Julie Smith and NEW ORLEANS BEAT. Formerly NEW ORLEANS BEAT. A Skip Langdon Mystery. Burton will raise one finger and begin to fall through the new doorway, passing out about fifteen minutes too late to avert disaster. If you haven’t discovered Smith yet, now is the time to do s. ove over, Sara Paretsky. booksBnimble Publishing. Ham and cheese on rye, he will answer, crashing loudly onto the floor. But still, he will open one eye: Hold the mayo. And that is the part of the story that makes it worth repeating.
New Orleans police detective Skip Langdon gleans information from several good friends, including a gossip-gathering sorority sister; a wealthy, supportive gay uncle; and a beautiful, n psychologist. As Skip investigates the suspicious death of a local computer nerd, she learns her way around the "Town," a nationwide computer network on which a guy announces that, as a child, he witnessed the unsolved murder of his cop father.
Skip Langdon, die junge Polizistin vom Morddezernat in New Orleans, soll den Tod eines Computerfreaks aufklären und dringt dabei .
Skip Langdon, die junge Polizistin vom Morddezernat in New Orleans, soll den Tod eines Computerfreaks aufklären und dringt dabei in eine bizarre Schattenwelt ein – einen Chatclub namens TOWN, dessen Teilnehmer ihre intimsten Geheimnisse Menschen anvertrauen, die sie noch nie gesehen haben
1994) (The fourth book in the Skip Langdon series) A novel by Julie Smith. Skip investigates the mysterious death of a computer genius who frequented the TOWN, a computer network of some 10,000 faceless voices.
1994) (The fourth book in the Skip Langdon series) A novel by Julie Smith. In this extraordinary community, strangers achieve an odd intimacy, sharing the darkest of secrets. Skip learns that the victim had confessed his own deep secret-and the TOWN believes it was murder. Similar books by other authors.
Detective Skip Langdon is sent to investigate the death of thirty-one-year-old Geoff Kavanagh, victim of an accidental fall from a ladder. But as Skip pursues the case, he discovers an on-line computer community whose secrets may mean the difference between accident and murder, and among whose anonymous members a killer may be waiting to strike again at anyone who comes too close.
When PI Talba Wallis gets a frantic phone call from Orleans Parish Prison, the last person she expects to hear from is her boss's lawyer daughter, Angie. Popped for drug possession, Angie insists the drugs were planted. Politics makes the strangest bedfellows of all and in New Orleans, a psychopath’s running for mayor. Not just the usual harmless megalomaniac-a murderer and a monster. Nothing like falling in love while you’re running for your life! One more blithe San Fran outing with a likeable journalist-sleuth by the name of Paul Mcdonal. mith improves with each story and this is her best to date.
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