Crusader's Cross: A Dave Robicheaux Novel

For Detective Dave Robicheaux, memories of a strange and violent summer from his youth are best left alone.But a dying man’s confession forces Robicheaux to resurrect a...

Dixie City Jam

A FORGOTTEN NAZI SUB BRINGS OLD HATREDS TO THE SURFACEThey're out there, under the salt -- the bodies of German seamen who used to lie in wait at the mouth of the Mississippi for...

Robicheaux: A Novel

James Lee Burke’s most beloved character, Dave Robicheaux, returns in this New York Times bestselling mystery set in the towns and backwoods of Louisiana: an...

Dixie City Jam [abridged]

A FORGOTTEN NAZI SUB BRINGS OLD HATREDS TO THE SURFACEThey're out there, under the salt -- the bodies of German seamen who used to lie in wait at the mouth of the Mississippi for...

In The Moon Of Red Ponies: A Novel [abridged]

Haunting suspense and captivating villains, the hallmark of James Lee Burke's bestselling novels of evil and redemption, are brilliantly evoked in his new Billy Bob Holland opus,...

A Stained White Radiance

Detective Dave Robicheaux travels to the mountains of Montana to help his best friend and unearths a larger plot that threatens them both.Oil speculator Weldon Sonnier is the...

The Tin Roof Blowdown: A Dave Robicheaux Novel [abridged]

Winner of the 2008 Audie Award for MysteryDave Robicheaux returns in an adventure as timely as real life: the fight against crime, and the fight for life in New Orleans in the...

Lay Down My Sword And Shield

Vintage James Lee Burke: The first novel introducing the memorable Texas sheriff Hackberry Holland, coming of age against the backdrop of the civil rights era in a sultry border...

To The Bright And Shining Sun

This early novel from bestselling author James Lee Burke is a gritty coming-of-age story about a young Kentucky miner growing up in the Appalachian mountains who’s torn...

White Doves At Morning

A riveting evocation of the Civil War, drawn from the true family history of "America's best novelist" (The Denver Post), JAMES LEE BURKE 1861. Two young Southerners, friends...

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