Murder and revenge in New Orleans. Vol. 3 in the Frank Renzi hard-boiled detective mystery series. TWO MURDERS TWENTY YEARS APART. 1988: Ten-year-old Natalie is devastated when police find her call girl mother brutally beaten to death in a New Orleans hotel. Like the dragon tattoo girl, Natalie wants revenge. She vows to find the man who killed her mother and punish him. After her unhappy teen years in Texas, her hunt for the killer takes her from dancing in New York City strip clubs to working as a call girl in Paris. And back to the Big Easy, with a gun. 2008: New Orleans Police Detective Frank Renzi investigates the murder of a VIP businessman in a French Quarter hotel. Is it revenge for the 1988 murder? The killings continue. Hindered by two hurricane evacuations, Renzi pursues the elusive Natalie. Is she the killer? Or just ather call girl? Don't miss the exciting showdown between Natalie (armed, dangerous and determined) and NOPD detective Frank Renzi. What to read after the dragon tattoo girl? Natalie's Revenge! She's smart, ruthless and deadly. Whether you file it under revenge mystery, dragon tattoo girl (yes Natalie has a tattoo), or hard-boiled mystery, Natalie's Revenge will keep you reading until the last page. If you love New Orleans fiction and hard-boiled detective mysteries, follow Frank Renzi and his relentless pursuit of justice in Absolution and Diva, two more vels in this exciting detective series.
During her successful career as a Boston-area trumpeter and music professor, Susan Fleet discovered her dark side and began writing crime fiction. New Orleans is the setting for her award-winning Frank Renzi mysteries, Absolution, Diva and Natalie's Revenge. The Premier Book Awards named Absolution Best Mystery-Suspense-Thriller of 2009. Susan lived in New Orleans for nine years, enjoying the marvelous music, food and French Quarter ambiance. She now divides her time between the Big Easy and Boston. Visit her website at susanfleet.com and send her an email. She'd love to hear from you! Susan's other passion is promoting talented women musicians. While teaching at Brown University and Berklee College of Music, she created a course about female musicians, jazz and classical. Read about two of them in her E-book WOMEN WHO DARED. Read about more talented women at archives.susanfleet.com