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Bitterroot (Paperback)

Author:  James Lee Burke
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0743411439
ISBN-13: 9780743411431
Sku: 30889098
Publish Date: 5/1/2002
Pages:  480
Age Range:  NA
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Texas attorney Billy Bob Holland heads to Montana to help his old friend, fellow Vietnam veteran Doc Voss, battle a ruthless local mining company whose operations are devastating the community, unaware that one of his opponents is recent parolee Wyatt Dixon, a man with revenge in his heart and a deadly plan for Holland. Reprint. *Author: Burke, James Lee *Publication Date: 2002/04/30 *Binding Type: Paperback *Language: English *Depth: 1.00 *Width: 4.00 *Height: 6.75
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Texas attorney Billy Bob Holland heads to Montana to help his old friend, fellow Vietnam veteran Doc Voss, battle a ruthless local mining company whose operations are devastating the community, unaware that one of his opponents is recent parolee Wyatt Dixon, a man with revenge in his heart and a deadly plan for Holland. Reprint.
Author Bio
James Lee Burke
Though he began his writing career writing literary novels, James Lee Burke turned to writing popular mysteries in 1987, with a series of novels featuring New Orleans ex-cop Dave Robichaux. After his wife and father are murdered, Robichaux explores the darker sides of New Orleans from the perspective of a man who has been around the block a few times. Burke's hard-boiled prose style has earned him legions of fans, numerous bestsellers, critical acclaim, and an Edgar Award for best novel.

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Entertainment Weekly
"BITTERROOT resonates with a chilling timelessness.... [A]ll...sins are forgiven when Burke spins his beautifully crafted prose." - Bruce Fretts 06/22/01

Baltimore Sun
"..Burke's trademark steely prose propels this story.... Few writers can match the menace of Burke's weird villains, and rodeo circus clown Wyatt Dixon is one of Burke's best." 06/03/2001

Salon
"...Burke fans will enjoy the mix of testosterone, spirituality, lust and longing in BITTERROOT..." - Joan Walsh 07/15/2001

San Francisco Chronicle
"Burke is in typically good form for most of this book, and his ear for dialogue remains one of his strongest assets." - David Lazarus 07/01/2001

Washington Post
"I'm not saying BITTERROOT isn't fun to read. I woke up at four in the morning to finish it off. But if smoldering bodies drenched in kerosene, and people getting snapped in the face over and over again by one of those baseball-pitching machines doesn't appeal to you, I'd steer clear, and look for something marginally more 'civilized.'" - Carolyn See 06/01/2001

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