Picasso Blues

Picasso Blues

A Ray Tate and Djuna Brown Mystery

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More than a whodunit detective story, Picasso Blues is a gripping tale of missed opportunities and hidden desires set amid rampant cynicism, fear, and deadly danger.



In this sequel to Free Form Jazz , Ray Tate and Djuna Brown are reunited in a city being ripped apart by fear, paranoia, and racism. With the police force decimated by a SARS-like disease, Tate and Brown are assigned to a task force targeting a series of murders that seem to be racially motivated. As the city riots around them, can they fashion a future for themselves in their dreamland of bohemian Paris?

Far more than a whodunit detective story, Picasso Blues is the gripping tale of a civil society that flirts with anarchy a society where the very defenders of order risk losing themselves to chaos.

Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Dundurn, ♭2011
ISBN: 9781554889662
Branch Call Number: LAMOTHE
Characteristics: 403 p. ; 18 cm

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