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    Dave Robicheaux has been warned that he's on somebody's hit list, and now the homicide detective is trying to discover just who that is before he ends up dead.

    Meanwhile he has taken on the murder investigation of a young black girl found dead in the Bayou swamp. Robicheaux uncovers a web of corruption that leads him to a terrifying confrontation with the one horror he fears most of all.

    ©1987 James Lee Burke (P)2009 Recorded Books LLC

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    "Fine writing that is far above the crime-fiction norm and manages to stand comparison with the very best contemporary novels" ( Sunday Express)
    "A fine American writer who deserves to be far better known on this side of the Atlantic…poetic and passionate" ( Sunday Telegraph)

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    • 23/04/2020

    What a wordsmith

    This man is the most phenomenal writer. he brings landscape to life as well as characters. There us a certain sameness, perhaps, as we get into the books of the late teens--the unappealing but essentially decent apparent bad guy, the LA Confidential sleazy but true woman, the fundamental bond between soldiers--but so what. They are moving nonetheless. When you come to the end of a JLB book you feel as if you had been kicked out of your home.

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    • Rachel
    • 07/08/2018

    Not bad but not great

    Narrator was good. Enjoyed the flavour of NOLA it conjured up. But honestly I was waiting for it to heat up, get interesting, but it never did.