Death of a Dancer
by S, H. Baker Zumaya Publications
Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 1554101263
Rating: 7/10 (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards
If you've ever wanted to visit New Orleans, this is your chance to both step back in time and catch the flavor of the past in a city that was unique in its day. A trip you will enjoy in every way. Dassas Cormier, ex New Orleans policeman, returns for a visit and brings his nephew, Frank, along. As he visits old friend, Ty Fuller, also a policeman, Dassas learns another old friend, Cherry Blossom who was a dancer, had been murdered. Her old boyfriend, a character of shady reputation, has been arrested. Something doesn't strike Dassas as right about the case and he sets out to solve the riddle of Cherry's murder, stepping into a dangerous situation that could get him killed and threatens his friend Ty's marriage. A great read with twists and turns to keep you reading by a very talented writer. Highly recommended with a cast of great characters who keep the story moving. Guaranteed to hold your attention.