Bayou St. John by Arthur Pindle

By Arthur Pindle

Set in 1825, Bayou St. John is a singular approximately fascinating fugitives with a master/slave dating who get away to begin new lives in New Orleans. After a sequence of adventures and issues, they eventually turn into freed from their pursuers.

The heart of the tale happens on the inn now owned via one of many fugitives, Jacques, a tender French aristocrat who used to be often called count number Mathieu. In France, the count number received a duel with pistols to the demise and fled to the USA to make a brand new commence. Lucas, a tender slave bought to a plantation proprietor, finally ends up killing the overseer. He makes an attempt to flee from the dock in Charleston, the place he encounters Jacques, who claims the younger slave as his personal, names him Pierre, and jointly they board a boat to New Orleans.

More attention-grabbing characters input the scene … a gorgeous girl named Yvette Osborne and her brother Henry. Love, mayhem, deception, betrayal and voodoo quickly keep on with, making Bayou St. John a riveting novel with compelling twists. and certainly a ebook with an edge!

About the Author:
Author Arthur Pindle is a philosophy professor who moved to New Orleans for numerous years to get to understand it in detail to jot down this ebook. He’s written a screenplay and is operating on his subsequent novel. He at the moment is living in Atlanta.

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