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He is one of the most investigated, reviled and successful figures in American politics. The political heir to Huey Long, he is the man who said he could only be beaten if he were "caught in bed with a dead girl or a live boy."
It is 1983 - Edwin Edwards is at the top of his form and wants to be governor again. Follow him on his wild and hilarious campaign odyssey through the backroads of Louisiana politics, past federal investigators, ward-healing preachers, nervous bodyguards and high-rolling pols and pretenders, all scrambling for a place on the Last Hayride.
"A primer in basic politics as played by a master politician. It has the colorful personalities of good fiction, lots of sex and even a little violence."
-St. Louis Post-Dispatch
"Like Edwards himself, this book is entertainment."
-New Orleans Times-Picayune
"A fascinating glimpse behind the scenes of a state in which politics is a favorite pastime."
-Dallas Times Herald