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MORNING FOR FLAMINGOS CST
MORNING FOR FLAMINGOS CST
Author: James Lee Burke
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ISBN-13: 9780671736118
ISBN-10: 0671736116
Publication Date: 12/1/1991
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Audioworks
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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One of my favorite Dave Robicheaux novels. James Lee Burke creates an atomosphere that is unforgettable.
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Fourth in a series about a cajun detective Dave Robicheaux set in the area around New Orleans.
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Great, even the second reading!
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I love Burke. No one else conjures up the feel of the Bayou quite like him. Wonderful mystery, great full-fledged characters, and delicious food!
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a cajun cop infiltrates the mob in this 2 cassette - 3 hours audio book. read by will patton
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As always, a well-written and entertaining read.
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I've read everything James Lee Burke has ever written, and now I'm reading books written by his real-life daughter, Alafair (who is a character in so many of his books - you can almost watch her grow up if you read his books in chronological order). He sets most of his stories in South Louisiana, and no one gets it right like JLB. The descriptions of the Louisiana landscape, with its dreamy, slow-moving bayous and dreamy, slow-moving way of life, the New Orleans he loves, the dialogue that is right on, even the history and culture of the Acadian, or 'Cajun' people (and in New Orleans, the Creoles)...he gets it all right, and you can tell he loves the place he lives and writes about. (Can you tell I'm a Louisiana lady?) :-)

Since the story is well-described, I won't attempt another description. But I will say that I believe anyone who enjoys a good mystery with in-depth characterizations and plenty of twists and turns, should truly enjoy the incomparable James Lee Burke.
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A well written fast paced crime thriller about a Louisiana detective as he tracks the escaped convict that killed his partner who is himself caught up in a mob double-cross.
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#4 in Dave Robicheaux series
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This is a totally engrossing boook. Set in New Orleans about a cajun detective this thriller will hold your attention.
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I love all the Dave Robichaux books.
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Robicheaux is back working as a cop. He is trailing a killer back into New Orleans. Good story
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Not my favorite of his, but a good story nonetheless. The pace is exciting and the ending unforgettable.
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this was a fascinating view of drug dealers, new orleans life and the corruption of government officials and at the same time how important the love of children is to all people in all walks of life. fast moving story. could not put it down.
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Clutching the shards of his shattered life, Cajun detective Dave Robicheaux has rejoined the New Iberia police force. His partner is dead - slain during a condemed prisoner's bloody flight to freedom that left Robicheau critically wounded...and reawakened the ghosts of his haunted, violent past. Now he's trailing a killer into the sordid heart of the Big Easy - caught up in the lethal undercurrents of a mob double-cross...confronting his most dangerous enemy: himself.
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Clutching the shards of his shattered life, Cajun detective Dave Robicheaux has rejoined the New Iberia police force. His partner is dead - slain during a condemned prisoner's bloody flight to freedom that left Robicheaux critically wounded ... and reawakened the ghosts of his haunted, violent past. Now he's trailing a killer into the sordid heart of the Big Easy - caught up in the lethal undercurrents of a mob double-cross ... confronting his most dangerous enemy: himself.
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One of his oldies and definitely a goodie
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Please note that this is abridged.
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Clutching the shards, of his shattered life, Cajun detective Dave Robicheaux has rejoined the New lberia police force.

His partner is dead -- slain during a condemned prisoner's bloodyflight to freedom that left Robicheaux critically wounded...and reawakened the ghost of his haunted, violent past.

Now he's trailing a killer into the sordid head of die Big Easy-caught up in the lethal undercurrents of a mob double-cross...confronting his most dangerous enemy: himself