Charles (Buddy) Bolden (1876-1931)
This character is an alcoholic, crazy, jazz coronet player.
Police Detective Webb
This character spends the entirety of "Coming Through Slaughter" dedicated to finding his friend.
E. J. Bellocq
This character is an itinerant photographer who captures images of the neighborhood prostitutes.
This character is a former prostitute who is a good confidant for fears.
This character is a 75-year old blues pianist who believes they have a special purpose for God.
This character, described as the King of the District between Rampart and Franklin streets, publishes an annual book listing all the local prostitutes.
This character dies by strangulation from a boa constrictor.
Jaelin and Robin Brewitt
These characters live at Shell Beach and have a mutual understanding of their open marriage.
This character is regarded as a musical father rather than teacher...
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