#FREE “Uptown Blues: A Thrilling New Orleans Mystery (Herbert and Melancon Book 5)” by Seth Pevey

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Andre loves three things most of all: his daddy, his trumpet, and Louis Armstrong.

But when his father is killed on the St. Charles streetcar, and Andre is the only witness, he’ll have to grow up fast.

There is one problem. The boy can’t, or won’t speak—no one is really sure which. Under pressure from all directions, Andre’s silence and eventual disappearance will spark a chain of events that quickly spiral into madness, as authorities try to piece together what happened that day on the streetcar and save Andre’s life.

Thankfully, the boy has friends. Private detectives Felix Herbert, and his crumbling but affable partner David Melancon are on the hunt for the boy, and they’ll need to act fast if they hope to find him before the killer does.

Uptown Blues is the fifth installment of the universally praised Herbert and Melancon mystery series, but it can be read as a standalone novel!

Read some of the thousands of gushing reviews for the series:

★ “One of the best series I have read”. — Glennise Remick

★ “You can bet I will read everything I can find written by him” – Randy Yost, Amazon Reader

★ “Graphic, taut, fraught with wild ideas that actually work…a compelling sense of reality that is extraordinarily well written… very very good” –Chancy from Texas, Amazon reader

★ “One of the most interesting books I have read in awhile” – Marilyn Amazon Reader

★ “Story lines are unique and brought to life wrapped in outstanding prose. From the first paragraph to the last I am drawn and held.”— Diana H, Amazon reader

★ “This is so well written and the story (and stories) within are brilliant. I couldn’t stop reading it”— Roberta J, Amazon Reader

Grab your copy today and get hooked on this taut, gritty, and tightly-written noir epic, equal parts Gillian Flynn, James Lee Burke, and John Grisham!

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