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A Connecticut Yankee in Criminal Court: The Mark Twain Mysteries #2

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796 pages6 hours

Summary

A beautiful city with ugly traditions of corruption and racism. A black man set to hang for a murder he didn't commit. A world-famous author -- and detective -- who isn't about to let it happen...


"An enjoyable tour of 1890s New Orleans... Twain can take a bow for his perfomance. Heck takes a colorful city (New Orleans) an a colorful character (Mark Twain), adds a murder, a duel, some voodoo and period detail and conjures up an entertaining sequel to Death on the Mississippi." -- Publishers Weekly


"A period charmer..." -- Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine


"This Crescent City mystery simmers." -- Booklist


"The second of Heck's Mark Twain detective novels is a charming winner." -- Ed's Internet Book Review


"Exciting." -- Book Alert

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