Set against the dark and vibrant backdrop of wondrous New Orleans, author G.T. Herren’s Paige Tourneur mysteries are delicious, witty, deftly plotted novels, that readers just can’t get enough of. Enjoy!,
Fashion Victim (#1 in the Paige Tourneur Missing Husband Series) (A Paige Tourneur Mystery)
Genre: Anthologies & Literature Collections | Anthologies | Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
To hear her buddy Chanse McLeod tell it, Paige Tourneur is rotund, cute as a button, a truly bad driver, and the best friend a gay P.I. could possibly have.
Now Paige gets a chance to tell it herself in her own witty and worldly-wise way. Please! Is that really her name? Seems like she has quite a past, and in Fashion Victim, it’s starting to haunt her.
Since his first novel, Greg Herren’s fans have been begging him to spin off their favorite character, the hard-drinking, hard-bitten, smart-mouthed red-headed reporter with the heart of gold and the unlikely name.
In her first solo outing, she’s long since left the Times-Picayune and has now landed a job at Crescent City Magazine, which sends her out to do a personality piece on bitchy fashion designer Marigny Mercereau. Only Marigny ends up dead fifteen minutes before her fifteen minutes of fame.
Twisting through Marigny’s creepy past, Paige is accompanied, as always, by best friend Chanse, her cop buddies Venus Casanova and Blaine Tujague, and (finally!) by the perfect man: her new boy friend, Blaine’s brother Ryan. So what happens when a woman meets the perfect man and her past comes calling?
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Dead Housewives of New Orleans: A Humorous Mystery (#2, The Paige Tourneur Missing Husband Series)
Genre: Gay & Lesbian | Humor & Satire | Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
The SECOND saucily funny (yet still cozy) mystery in the Paige Tourneur Missing Husband Series by Lambda-winner Greg (G.T.) Herren, author of the Chanse McLeod and Scotty Bradley series.
Someone’s killing the newly minted stars of Grandes Dames of New Orleans and reporter Paige Tourneur’s on the story. A great story too, except that someone’s gunning for Paige as well–someone tied to her extremely checkered past. Someone who knows way too much about her, and why she hasn’t exactly come clean yet with Ryan the Perfect Man.
But despite the danger, Dead Housewives of New Orleans is a downright wicked work of sly humor, scathing satire, and memorable one-liners! Paige Tourneur’s just about the sassiestfemale sleuth to come along since Amelia Peabody started cracking wise to Emerson. This acid-tongued detective takes no prisoners, brooks no nonsense, and–be warned–speaks inappropriately for church.
Inspired by guilty-pleasure reality shows like REAL HOUSEWIVES of New York, New Jersey, Orange County, and Atlanta, author G.T. Herren has herein single-handedly invented the brand new genre of Bitch Noir, which makes delicious use of that old and beloved adage, “If you can’t say something nice, sit next to me.”
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