From Library Journal
On a trip to Louisiana in order to locate the biological parents of a popular television actress, private eye Elvis Cole runs into more than he bargained for, including a cast of memorable characters. From the author of Lullaby Town (Bantam, 1992).
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TWO, Two, Two plots in one., August 19, 2003 Reviewer: Charles J. Marr from Cambridge Springs, Pa USA Who names these things anyway? Yes there's a river, but where's the "voodoo?" Maybe it's in Louisiana itself, but certainly not in this novel's plots. Pretty much standard detective fiction stuff. Elvis Cole - world's greatest private detective- reappears in Cajun country hunting an unknown birth mother for a T.V. star. Little rough play, chases, silent down-home folks, and a touch of blackmail and murder. Elvis meets local lawyer and etufee. Case solved. But what dark deeds have led to local crawfish magnate's probable motive for murder. Plot two crawls out of the swamp: alien smuggling and big city hoods. Worry not. Gators and snappers will not triumph. Not Crais' best, but worth carrying onto the plane for the long ride from a cold climate to a destination in the Pelican State. Just that I am a bit upset by the false flag.