So, This Neo-Noir Author, A Lounge Singer, And A Burlesque Queen Walk Into A Bar, See, No, Make That A Bookstore
Baton Rouge, Louisiana December 19, 2012 Entertainment News(PRLEAP.COM) Kerry Dunn, who is often compared to Elmore Leonard, Don Winslow and Dennis Lehane, makes his first appearance at the CitiPlace Barnes & Noble to promote his neo-noir thriller JOE PEACE.
Joe is an Austin Police Department detective with a bad cocaine habit in a disastrous affair with his female partner, eventually entering rehab and exiting as a member of the local drug gangs.
As a drug lord, Joe Peace owns Los Diablos, a night club for people who doeth their deeds in secret. So it goes that this Baton Rouge resident has unusual author events that sometimes resemble a speakeasy. No two events are identical, though lounge singers, bouncers, and burlesque queens who read with Dunn are often in the mix.
The CitiPlace B&N is located at 2590 CitiPlace Court, Baton Rouge, LA.
You may reserve your copy of Joe Peace by calling CitiPlace B&N at 225-926-2600. For more information visit www.bn.com, or www.facebook.com/AuthorKerryDunn.