Detective Cadillac Holland’s first homicide investigation after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city started with the question of whether the dog who mauled Biggie Charles Lynley was just a good judge of character or was sent to do someone else’s dirty work. And it may be the only easy question to answer in this case as the list of people who wanted Biggie dead seems to grow with each interview. The angry fiancé, the dead man’s shady bodyguard, a crooked FBI agent, a Hollywood actress and her adopted son, and a duplicitous attorney to sort through to find who murdered a man everybody seems to have wanted dead.
Finding the answer to his own father’s disappearance is just an unexpected bonus.
“Just when you thought all the good cop stories were told, along comes the Blue Garou.” – John “Spud” McConnell WLAE-TV New Orleans, Louisiana
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H. Max Hiller’s first taste of New Orleans was as a cook on Bourbon Street at the age of seventeen. His resume now includes many of New Orleans’ iconic dining and music destinations. These jobs have provided a lifetime of characters and anecdotes to add depth to the Detective Cooter ‘Cadillac’ Holland series. The author now divides his passions between writing at his home overlooking the Mississippi River and as a training chef aboard a boat traveling America’s inland waterways, and is always living by the motto “be a New Orleanian wherever you are.”