Book: L'Immortalite - Madame Lalaurie and the Voodoo Queen by T.R. Heinancategories: Book, New Orleans, Delphine Lalaurie, Marie Laveau, Voodoo Queen, Horror, Lalaurie Mansion, American Horror, Nola, Haunted House, Madame Lalaurie, Slavery, Historic Fiction
T.R. Heinanabout this book: "L'immortalite: Madame Lalaurie and the Voodoo Queen" brings to life the story of four souls seeking immortality... a way to survive death. Based on the true story of New Orleans "haunted" Lalaurie Mansion and featuring horror legends Delphine Lalaurie and Marie Laveau, this book captures the tastes, smells, feel and excesses of NOLA in the 1830s. If you enjoy historic fiction, you'll recognize and appreciate the careful research that went into writing L'immortalite. Over a dozen characters are torn from the pages of Louisiana history and brought to life in this tale of horror and compassion.
The novel is illustrated by Hollywood artist John Weston, who also created the cover. The author hopes that readers will gain a greater understanding of the amazing history and rich culture flowing from the French Quarter of old New Orleans.
The 5 star reviewed paperback edition is recommended by leading haunted tour operators and showed at the 2013 HWA/Bram Stoker Awards weekend and the Tucson Festival of Books. It is now available in Kindle format.
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