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Louis Edwards

In the second installment of Morning Edition's series on emerging Southern artists, NPR's Debbie Elliott profiles Louisiana writer Louis Edwards. Edwards' second novel, N, follows journalist Aimee Dubois she tries to solve the killing of a black high school student. The noir-style mystery takes place in New Orleans' historic French Quarter and in the black neighborhood across town. (8:47-9:36) {Edwards, Louis, N, Plume Books, New York: 1997. ISBN: 0-525-94182-7}

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