Murder in the Rue Dauphine
Alyson Books 2002
Murder in the Rue St. Ann
Alyson Books 2004
The return of New Orleans private eye Chanse McLeod. I found
the characters engaging and kept turning the pages to see what happened.
I read this upon returning from a trip to the Big Easy, so I appreciated
the New Orleans atmosphere, which was right on target.
|Murder in the Rue Chartres
Alyson Books 2007
Like many people, I think this is Greg's best book to date, and it won the Lambda Award for 2007. It begins just before Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, and the aftermath of that storm provides a powerful background to this tale. Chanse investigates the death of a woman from a prestigious New Orleans family, but the case takes him back many years to a seminal incident in New Orleans gay life.
I thought the ending was a little contrived, but in general I really enjoyed this book.
|Murder in the Rue Ursulines
Alyson Books 2008
I'm looking forward to Greg's newest book, in which former New Orleans cop Chanse McLeod, now a private eye involved in a high profile case involving a golden couple of Hollywood who have committed themselves to helping New Orleans recover.
Bourbon Street Blues
Kensington Books 2003
Greg's second series features go-go boy Scotty Bradley in his
debut as an investigator. A great cast of secondary characters (his brother and
sister are Storm and Rain; his parents are unreformed hippies, his landladies
are a pair of lesbians who have known him all his life. Funny and sexy!
Jackson Square Jazz
Kensington Books 2004
Scotty returns, working toward his PI license by investigating
cases for his attorney brother Storm. A championship ice skater who briefly visited
Scotty's bed turns up dead, and Herren turns up the trouble for Scotty.
Mardi Gras Mambo
Kensington Books 2006
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