Nominee -
Shamus Award
for Best Novel
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Author Interview at Straight, No Chaser
“St. Cyr is a great character,
and the fascinating city and
its larger-than-life denizens
“Distinguished by a level of
detail that makes a vanished
world live again.”
The Washington Post
“Fulmer's dialogue adds its
lyric voice to the gutbucket
sounds and ragtime rhythms
pouring out of the bars and up
from the streets.”  
─ The New York Times    
The fictional rendition of
the true crime and
romance that inspired  
the iconic blues song
"Betty and Dupree."

Books and Miscellany
David Fulmer
"Homecomings can be a
bitch when they don't
want you there in the
first place."
“Fulmer’s evocative prose
captures the sights, sounds,
and smells of 1913 Storyville
in his superior 'Lost River.'”
-- USA Today
* Shamus Award Winner
* LA Times Book Prize
-- Publishers Weekly
"Fulmer skillfully
weaves three
perspectives on this
journey of suspense,
madness, and revenge."
-- Stephanie Roman
Shamus Award
for Best Novel
“Its power lies in Fulmer’s
gift for conjuring that
mixture of pleasure and
pain that accompanies
youthful memories.”
— The Atlanta Journal
& Constitution
"A welcome return."
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