Rising Moon

Lori Handeland

Age 16 +
27 January 2011
352 pages


Over a city of wicked pleasures and dangerous passions . . .

Denizens of the Big Easy know its steamy nights can hide any number of sins and secrets. Private-eye Anne Lockhart is counting on it. Her life has been on hold ever since her sister Katie disappeared without a trace, but when a clue leads Anne to a jazz club in the French Quarter everything changes. Rising Moon’s proprietor, John Rodolfo, is mysterious in his own right, a gifted musician who reaches deep into Anne’s soul and whose mere presence taps into desires she can’t afford to indulge . . .

. . . there’s a bad moon on the rise.

By going undercover at the Rising Moon, Anne can get close to people who know what goes on after dark – people like John, whose nocturnal disappearances are more than a little suspicious. But unlocking John’s secrets is harder than Anne had anticipated. What’s far too easy is surrendering to him. And now someone – or something – is stalking the innocent and the guilty, and waiting for Anne’s next move . . .

‘Fresh, fun, and fabulous! Lori Handeland is an exciting voice in paranormal suspense’

Sherrilyn Kenyon, New York Times bestselling author of Dark Side of the Moon