Humberto Fontova was born in Havana, Cuba and grew up in New Orleans. He holds an MA from Tulane University and is a weekly columnist and the author of six books. His books on the Cuban revolution have been translated worldwide and presented on Capitol Hill and made him Fox News’s “go-to guy” on Cuba. His book Helldiver’s Rodeo made him a regular on Bill Maher’s Politically Incorrect and was recently optioned for film rights.
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Crazy on the Bayou: Five Seasons of Louisiana Hunting, Fishing, and Feasting
You say grilling and eating a giant rat you killed yourself is uncouth? Between slaying nutria for a Mardi Gras celebration, lying in wait for mallards in Venice, or fighting off a wild hog, these Cajun boys know their way around Louisiana's bayous.
For these Louisiana hunters, the swamp really is a sportsman's paradise. This cast of Cajun characters lampoons not just the city dwellers who venture into the swamp seeking a duck-hunting adventure like they've seen on TV, but also themselves and the other Louisiana residents they encounter, ensuring that this laugh-out-loud book will have something for everyone, including some delectable recipes!
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