The Flying Lady DinereBook - 2011
Set in 1948 - New Orleans private eye Joe Torres, on a wandering son case, pulls out of a rainstorm along US 90 and runs into a silver diner that looks like an oversized Airstream camper with a red and blue neon sign reading: Flying Lady Diner. There's a tall, redheaded waitress, slim yet heavy-chested, with long slender legs. The woman breezes up, smiles, focuses her pretty green eyes at Joe who learns THE great lesson of his life. The value of brown eyes. As lagniappe - something extra, we've included another story set in 1948, "Friscoville" by O'Neil De Noux. New Orleans private eye Lucien Caye looks into the case of a missing cat for an eight year old girl and ends up on the front page of every paper in town.A short story by Debra Gray De Noux and O'Neil De Noux. Cover Art by David Miller. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : O'Neil De Noux, 2011.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource data file
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