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Fine Spirits Served Here

Fine Spirits Served Here

SKU: 364215376135191

Do you believe in ghosts?

Will works at rumored-to-be haunted Antoine's Restaurant in the French Quarter of New Orleans. When a new server Elle starts there, Will swears he has met her before. When Will finally figures out how he knows Elle, his world turns upside down as he discovers a deep connection to her that spans generations. Mary Walsh brings this prismatic fictional tale of romance, local legends, and history of The Crescent City together as both the backdrop to the story and a quaint character in and of itself.

Cover used with permission from Antoine's Restaurant 


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  • Book

    • 292 pages
    • Publisher: Independently published (February 2, 2019)
    • Language: English
    • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
    • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Reviews

    Laura Litkea - "A New Orleans story you won't forget!" 

    I love this story, and I’m planning another visit to New Orleans because it is beautifully described here. Reading about the wonderful French Quarter sparked newfound curiosity for the city and the spirits who roam the streets. Well written and entertaining- I highly recommend this book.


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    $15 for paperback; $25 for hardback


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  • Praise for Fine Spirits Served Here

    "New Orleans cannot be defined simply by one thing but is described as a multitude of different parts. To further learn how to explain all these aspects, the city turns to Mary Walsh, who manages through her novel Fine Spirits Served Here. Through this novel, Walsh combines literature with iconic New Orleans culture, food, and destinations."   - Izzy Wollfarth, Where Y'At Magazine, New Orleans

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