The Big UN-Easy 

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They call New Orleans the Big Easy, the “city that care forgot,” but after living there? It’s not always “easy.” 

That’s what prompted me to name my series The Big Uneasy. Writing this series has allowed me to fictionally revisit the city we called home for 18 years. It’s almost as fun as living there.

And if you think I’m exaggerating? Well, you’ll just have to trust me that truth is often stranger than my fiction! If you don’t believe me, read my Letters Home written during my early years of adapting to life in New Orleans. 

About the series:

Crime solving is a family affair in The Big Uneasy, where gruff patriarch, Zack Baker, and his “Baker’s Dozen”, protect and serve, tangling with lawbreakers, love, and each other in post-Katrina New Orleans.

The Big Uneasy. Cuz the The Big Easy ain't always easy. 


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Book 1: Relatively Risky

A quirky artist must unravel her parent's secret past before the mob erases her future. But will the protection of a handsome homicide detective be her only hope of surviving the Big Easy?






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The next installment in The Big Uneasy series!

Family Treed is 1.5 in my Big Uneasy series. This short story is my amuse bouche, because it is a taste, a quick bite for my readers, a chance to check in on Nell and Alex (from Relatively Risky)

Nell’s not sure why the mob wants to have dinner with her. She is sure she wants a cop at her side. 

Alex wouldn’t let Nell go in without him, despite much unease from his many siblings. 

But when Nell’s newly found relatives start making threatening noises, Nell wonders if she’s putting Alex’s life in danger. 

Can they survive dinner with the killing cousins? 

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Dead Spaces: The Big Uneasy 2.0

Be careful what you dig for

Coming in 2015.

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