Thibodaux’s Trial, the second book in the Thibodaux series, is a comedy/drama with characters that range from the scum of the earth to those with the best of intentions.
Thibodaux, an infamous I-40 corridor serial killer, returns to the Louisiana swamp of his childhood after an eight year crime spree. He returns with three hundred pounds of gold taken from Big Al Dominic, a West Coast drug czar. Thibodaux has no idea of the horde on his trail. A bumbling Federal agent, professional treasure hunters, murdering goons, an independent con-man, and Sheriff Boudreaux all have plans for Thibodaux. Via two men, Maxs and Butter Butts, Big Al has a unique way of sending a message to the treasure hunters to convince them to do his bidding. Three locals, Foster, Igod Emo, and Mose Ellis stumble onto the gold and with backwoods ingenuity attempt to retrieve it under the nose of those far professionally superior. Throw in an old hag, a sunken riverboat bar, and an obese hundred pound whore with an IQ less that the weight of a peach pit, the outsiders meet their match.
After Sheriff Boudreaux captures Thibodaux, a high-dollar attorney, Clifton Purity, worms his way into becoming Thibodaux's defense lawyer, for fame and a share of the gold. Judge Mattie Hattie, prosecutor Neal Hardputter, Clifton Purity, and a unique group of spectators create a French Paris Courthouse fiasco beginning with civil pride and ending in a riot.
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