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by Greg Herren
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Bourbon Street Blues Paperback – March 1, 2004. by. Greg Herren (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Book 1 of 5 in the Scott Bradley Adventures Series.
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In Bourbon Street Blues and Jackson Square Jazz, Greg Herren introduced the wickedly naughty-and Bradley, who's never met a drink he didn't want, a deCAence he could resist, or a hunky trick he won't treat to a little bit of himself.
In Bourbon Street Blues and Jackson Square Jazz, Greg Herren introduced the wickedly naughty-and Bradley, who's never met a drink he didn't want, a deCAence he could resist, or a hunky trick he won't treat to a little bit of himself It's Carnival time in New Orleans, and Scotty Bradley, ex go-go boy turned private eye, is looking forward to relaxing with his boyfrien.
Bourbon Street Blues book. This is Greg Herren second detective series featuring Scotty Brady. I found the writing awkward and didn't really like the campy attitude of the first person narrator. I was very disappointed because I really wanted to like it.
Native boy Scotty Bradley knows how to bend his hometown's every unwritten rule
Boyish, irresistible Scotty knows how to bend the unwritten rules of his native town, New Orleans. A personal trainer by day, and occasional bar-top dancer by night, he's doing fine until one of his clients is murdered.
But then Scotty discovers one of his best clients in front of his Decatur Street apartment, shot through the head, execution style.
Bomb threats, murder, a tiger, animal rights, missing money-all in a day’s work for Scotty Bradley, . For Tony Martin, being a senior means being a star on the football team, classes to get through, hanging out with his friends-and dating Candy Dixon. And once he graduates, he's getting out of Kansas and never looking back.
He was also nominated in the mystery category in 2003 for Murder in the Rue Dauphine, in 2004 for Bourbon Street Blues in 2005 for Jackson Square Jazz, in 2007 for Mardi Gras Mambo, in 2010 for Murder in the Garden District and in 2011 for Vieux Carré Voodoo, in the anthologies category in 2005 for Shadows of the Night: Queer Tales of.
Bourbon Street Blues introduces Dick Dansoir, personal trainer and occasional go-go dancer at the boys' bars in the Big Easy. He is irresistible, especially for a guy whose real name is Milton "Scotty" Bradley. Of course, he keeps in shape, which helps as the book's g-time plot unfolds. A friend and client turns up shot, execution style, in front of his place.