Voodoo Bones by Melanie Atkins

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Noel Galliano has always wanted her own business. So in spite of critics who believe she won’t succeed, she opens a tiny French Quarter voodoo shop and works to make it a success. What she doesn’t count on is finding a dismembered corpse upstairs.

Detective Mathieu Bergeron is considered a failure around the district station, until he puts away the Bayou Ripper. Then another mutilated body is found above Noel's voodoo shop in the French Quarter, and both his arrest and competence are thrown into question.

Matt and Noel must work together to solve this terrifying crime in the Big Easy... and along the way, they fall in love.

About Melanie Atkins

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Melanie Atkins is a multi-published author of romantic suspense, a fan of crime dramas, and an avid reader. Writing is more than an escape for her -- it's a way of life. She grew up in the Deep South listening to tall tales and penning stories about her cats. Now she writes gripping stories of love, suspense, and mystery with the help of her furry little feline muses.
Published September 29, 2011 by Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc. 87 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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