Bill Byargeon


A descendant of Cajun fur trappers, who migrated from Canada, the author was born and raised in the bayou country of Louisiana and developed a curiosity about the tales and folklore recounted by his relatives and neighbors, a curiosity that led to the writing of this book. Throughout his childhood, he was witness to the brutality and inequity towards blacks, brought on by a system where hate was inbred and an accepted way of life. The scars on his face and body are the affirmation of a life spent as a construction worker, professional wrestler, boxer, bouncer and private detective.

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The Legend of Bayou La Fleur
Price: $1.49 USD. Words: 88,650. Language: English. Published: December 6, 2014 and represented by Giuseppe (Joe) Lauretta. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Western & American frontier
The Legend of Bayou La Fleur is set in the Louisiana bayou country, during the final days of our Civil War to the turn of the century. The town of Bayou La Fleur, the Desaird Swamp and the surrounding plantations form the backdrop for a cast of characters befitting any Hollywood script.

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