Eric Wilder grew up near Black Bayou in northwest Louisiana, and began listening to his grandmothers' tales and ghost stories at an early age. He has penned seven novels, including the French Quarter Mystery series featuring New Orleans' favorite sleuth Wyatt Thomas. He now lives and writes in Edmond, Oklahoma along with his wife Marilyn, four dogs and a cat named Buttercup.
Mama Mulate is New Orleans’ favorite voodoo mambo and can cook as well as she casts spells and mixes secret potions. Here are twenty-two of her favorite Creole recipes, along with the bonus short story Conjure Man. Check out Mama Mulate’s Little Cajun Cookbook and let it cast a spell on your tastebuds. Eric Wilder is also the author of bestselling Southern Comfort Food Cookbook.
Murder, lust, and a hundred-fifty year old voodoo curse. It’s Mardi Gras in the Big Easy, an escaped killer’s on the loose, and French Quarter detective Wyatt Thomas has his hands full. Get ready for a ride!
Oklahoma cowboy gumshoe Buck McDivit inherits an island in the largest natural lake in Texas. He soon meets a beautiful woman, although all is not good. He learns he must deal with foreclosure, a racist judge, a ghost, and a fortune in lost Confederate gold. Along the way, he must also learn who murdered his Aunt Emma.
A black panther, a giant wolf dog and a beautiful woman with a rattlesnake tattoo. Buck McDivit must deal with all this and more when a wealthy rancher hires him to investigate murder, oil and cattle theft, and a pagan commune populated only by women.
By Eric Wilder
Published: June 10, 2010.
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During a late spring snowstorm in a sleepy Tulsa suburb, an old man runs away from his abusive son and meets a woman, perhaps by magic. Together they find adventure and fall in love. But there are unanswered questions. How old is too old to fall in love, and when should you give up on life? Take the journey with John and Attie and find out.
When someone begins killing New Orleans street people, it affects the City's tourist trade just recovering from Hurricane Katrina. More than simple acts of murder, voodoo is involved, the killer likely an actual Vodoun deity.