In the Midnight Hour (NY: Jove Books, 1999)(Haunting Hearts).
Set in New Orleans during Mardi Gras, this suspenseful thriller incorporates several characters and delves into the underworld of voodoo.
A mystery set in New Orleans. Featuring detective Micky Knight.
Well-written but graphic tale about child pornography in the Big Easy. New Orleans p.i. Mickey Knight investigates the sexual abuse of a friend and is faced with memories of her own childhood abuse.
A fictional account of the life of famous voodoo queen, Marie Laveau.
Historical fiction. The author tells four tales of Free People of Color in antebellum Louisiana.
Conclusion to The Witching Hour. Chronicles the Mayfair family of New Orleans.
A supernatural account of a spirit named Azriel.
A supernatural look into a half human civilization.
The author weaves the tale of a family of witches.
A young boy and his uncle travel the Louisiana bayou country selling goods when they meet a woman who claims to know the location of buried treasure.
Aurore Gerritsen has lived a privileged life in the elite class of New Orleans. Now, she is elderly and calls on an outspoken young journalist to chronicle the stories of her life.
A sequel to Iron Lace. Nine people gather for the reading of Aurore Gerritsen's will as a hurricane approaches.
Jennifer Blake and Emilie Richards weave two contemporary stories with all the intrigue of the old South.
Three men are faced with their questionable pasts. Part of the Delta Justice series.
Supernatural story of a janitor searching for a missing potion.
A medical examiner falls in love with an unconventional woman accused of murder. Par tof the Delta Justice series.
An injured policewoman falls in love with the man her father hired to protect her. Part of the Delta Justice series.
When Joanna Delacroix hears that her teenage daughter has been accused of murder, she turns to the handsome Logan Weston, and finds herself falling in love with him. Part of the Delta Justice series.