Blood and Bourbon
“Mr. Poincaré is a most gracious man, with a talent on the old ivories that would make the devil himself blush. Come see him play at the Kindred Club this Saturday for yourself.”
Accou Poincaré is a moderately dark-skinned man of Creole descent who favors old-fashioned suits with cufflinks and bowties. He appears no older than his early 20s in spite of his thick mustache. Those who spare more than a casual glance can observe a subtle, marble-like pallor to his features, and a weight behind his eyes that carries an indelible impression of advanced age. Events in recent years have given him little cause for joy, but his smile is still quite bewitching when he chooses to show it.