Reviewing the Evidence has a nice review of Gumbo Justice at http://www.reviewingtheevidence.com/
There is a general rundown of the new books reviewed, and then a scroll down to the bottom leads to links to the individual books.
I don't know how many people actually look at the reviews when you post a link to it, but I always think it's respectful to do for the website that published the review. Unless of course it's a crappy review, then I probably would pretend like I didn't see it, but that's just me. So far, I haven't had to test it, although I have had two reviewers that wanted to read more about New Orleans.
That's a dilemma, because the places people might want to read about, like the French Quarter, Jackson Square, jazz clubs, are not places locals go on a regular basis. When I read books by people who don't live here, I can always tell, because they'll have locals doing things locals don't normally do. I mean, unless your work in the Quarter, or are out at bachelorette or bachelor party, a local past the age of 25 isn't going to hang out down there.
Also, it's a difficult setting to add in to a mystery series like mine, because we don't have that many murders or rapes in the Quarter, because the police actively patrol it. (How bad would that be for tourism if tourists had to face the same dangers as us locals?) But being that I have had that criticism, I am keeping it in mind as I am plowing away at Jambalaya Justice, the second in the series.
I'm curious as to what other New Orleans settings people would like to read more about. I've covered uptown, the projects, and the courthouse. What settings in New Orleans interest people the most, or what other New Orleans settings do other people find mysterious or potentially suspenseful?