The Hoodoo Man is a spellbinding murder mystery thriller from the acclaimed author of Green Money, former police officer Judith Smith-Levin. Rumored to be immortal, Desmond St. John, a legendary Haitian Voodoo priest, is found shot dead in his bed. Homicide detective Starletta Duvall is on the case and soon finds herself falling into a web of voodoo magic and sheer terror. The Hoodoo Man features a gripping reading from narrator Marc Johnson.
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by Judith Smith-Levin
by Nelson George
by Travis Hunter
by Y. Blak Moore
by Eric Pete
by Mark R. Levin
by Martin Cruz Smith
by Barbara Burnett Smith
"Ritual murder and Haitian voodoo lace this tale. THE HOODOO MAN presents graphic violence against the workaday world of being a cop. The murder of voodoo church leader Desmond St. John, a charismatic, seven-foot tall miracle worker, is the catalyst for the action. Narrator Marc Johnson animates protagonist Sergeant Starletta Duvall, her Italian-American male partner, and others populating her life. On the one hand a story of interracial love, the title also explores the invisible powers that may be invoked by ritual--even the ritual sacrifice of humans. Another good effort from the Griot line. D.J.B. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"
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