Under the Dixie Moon (An Adel Destin Crime Novel)

Ro Cuzon

Four years after hurricane Katrina, New Orleans bar owner Adel Destin has just kicked his heroin habit when Sondra Williams, an ex-junkie who once revived him from an overdose, begs him to help her find her missing sister. Adel has no choice but to accept, and soon is hunting a serial killer who targets women on the fringe of society. Navigating dirty NOPD cops, and friends who turn to enemies in the delta heat, Adel must find the killer or end up framed for murder in The City that Care Forgot.



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Book Description

Four years after hurricane Katrina and the death of his wife, New Orleans bar owner Adel Destin has just kicked his heroin habit when Sondra Williams, an ex-junkie who once revived him from an overdose, begs him to help her find her missing sister. Adel has no choice but to accept, and soon is on the trail of a serial killer targeting women living on the fringe of society. Navigating temptations from his old life, dirty NOPD cops, and friends who turn to enemies in the delta heat, Adel must find the killer or end up framed for murder in The City that Care Forgot.

Ro Cuzon is among the rising stars of the new generation of noir novelists who are moving the form forward in exciting, innovative ways.
– George Pelecanos

New Orleans is a postcard city, but Ro somehow gets under its skin. One of the best new voices in crime fiction.
– Sean Chercover

About Ro Cuzon

The Blues and getting punched in the face were the two biggest influences in Rodolphe “Ro” Cuzon’s development as a writer. Born in Brittany, France, Ro boxed for several years as a teenager and dropped out of high school to play guitar in a band. He has lived in France, San Francisco, the Caribbean, and Read more »