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Jolie Blon's Bounce (Paperback)

Author:  James Lee Burke
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0743411447
ISBN-13: 9780743411448
Sku: 33805016
Publish Date: 10/1/2003
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6.75H x 4.25L x 1.25T
Pages:  480
Age Range:  NA
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When two women are brutally murdered in New Iberia, Louisiana, drug addicted blues singer Tee Bobby Hulin is suspected. But police detective David Robicheaux senses Hulin is innocent, and uncovers secrets reaching back to the days of slavery.
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Battling personal demons while working on two murders, New Iberia police detective Dave Robicheaux believes that chief suspect Tee Bobby Hulin is innocent but must find the real killer before one of the victim's fathers metes out his own justice. Reprint.
In Burke's latest bayou Gothic, a schoolgirl and a prostitute have been murdered, and the prime suspect is a gifted Cajun folk musician named Tee Bobby Hulin. Cop Dave Robicheaux believes that Hulin is innocent, and sets out to prove it--but in the process, he runs afoul of a scary old man named Legion who may be the devil himself. A New York Times Notable Book for 2002.
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.


New York Times Book Review
"No question about it, Legion is one of Burke's finest villains -- a creature of immense force, fueled by pure malignancy, but not without the shred of humanity that makes a monster memorable. If Robicheaux is confounded by Legion, it's because he reminds him of another tormented soul he knows well, 'a violent creature who rose with me in the morning and lived quietly inside my skin.' The man he calls 'the real enemy.'" - Marilyn Stasio 06/12/2002

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Product attributeBook Format:   Pocketbook
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0480
Product attributePublisher:   Pocket Star Books
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