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Book reviewers probably overuse "atmospheric" in their critiques, but to describe James Lee Burke's writing as "atmospheric" is akin to observing that Daniel Steele's literary... Read morePublished on June 27 2004 by Gary Griffiths
Well, once again, poor James Lee Burke is back, with his patented mix of stale Sixties cliches and nauseating sentimentality about the glories of the Antebellum South. Read morePublished on March 7 2004 by Lily Bart
Set in the bayou country of Louisiana, 'Burning Angel' by James Lee Burke blends gritty crime fiction with an understated supernatural element that is both suspenseful and... Read morePublished on Aug. 26 2002 by John J. Grassi
Dave Robicheaux, ex-New Orleans homicide detective and now a detective for the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office, responds to a call from Sonny Boy Marsallus and ends up putting his... Read morePublished on Aug. 20 2002 by Mel Odom
Maybe it was just me but I never could really get into this book. This is the eighth Robicheaux I have read and in my openion one of the worst. Read morePublished on Nov. 20 2001 by Mac Blair
First book I have read from Burke and found it very different than most authors. The setting felt real and the characters very unique and likeable.
Like a dark Mayberry