New Orleans Dangerous

Some say vampires came to America through New Orleans. Many believe they are still there.
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Some say vampires came to America through New Orleans. Many believe they are still there.

When French Quarter private investigator Wyatt Thomas is hired by the Greater Archdiocese of New Orleans to investigate a possible satanic ceremony that may have occurred at the Old Ursuline Convent, he soon learns that more is involved than Satan, The platform where the ceremony allegedly occurred is possibly a satanic altar placed in the convent by a secret society for the specific purpose of devil worship. The Order of the Blood, an offshoot of Freemasonry, has a centuries-old secret guarded by codes, old French ciphers and a web of deceit.

The bizarre case takes Wyatt to a vampire club in the French Quarter, the home of a real vampire, and leads to a magical encounter with a beautiful ghost who resides in the convent. Clues lead back to the reign of France’s Louis XIV, the Sun King. Was Louis XIV responsible for bringing vampires to France from Bavaria in a quest for immortality? Was his grandson, Louis, Le Petit Dauphin, the first French vampire. Wyatt must learn the answers and do so quickly, or have his bones end up in a musty coffin on the forbidden third floor of the Old Ursuline Convent.

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Eric's whole series is phenomenal. Adventures with history entwined. I just love his style of weaving stories.Purely genius. Hours of fun

-- Amazon Customer

About the Author ▸ Eric Wilder

Born on a sleepy bayou, Louisiana Mystery Writer Eric Wilder grew up listening to tales of ghosts, magic, and voodoo. He’s the author of twelve novels, four cookbooks, many short stories, and Murder Etouffee, a book that defies classification. His two series feature P.I.s adept in the investigation of the paranormal. He lives in Oklahoma near historic Route 66 with wife Marilyn, three wonderful dogs, and one great cat.