Robicheaux - James Lee Burke

Robicheaux

By James Lee Burke

  • Release Date: 2018-01-02
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Robicheaux book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 155 Ratings)

Robicheaux James Lee Burke Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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  • Robicheaux

    5
    By Gloriacci
    Nobody writes about the sights, sounds, and smells of Louisiana the way Mr. Burke can. And it's hard to believe that his man Robicheaux doesn't share at least a little of his DNA as he exposes the tortuous tangling of emotions that comes from dealing with the worst of humanity for an extended period of time. Yet we are heartened by the glimmer of good that most of us carry, and of which Burke gives us enough to think that all is not lost. Time spent reading Robicheaux is not wasted. Highly recommended!
  • As Good As it Gets

    5
    By MFDOKC
    Excellent, one of best. James Lee Burke is a master of the written word. I only regret that I have to now wait for his next book. Keep going, James!
  • Robicheaux

    3
    By DrLDawg
    I love Burkes writing but this book was a real letdown. Dark, dark, dark. He is a master of describing a sunset, yet his great prose and poetry was lacking. Hope you are OK James Lee
  • Outstanding...

    5
    By Longhorn5555
    I’m astounded at how well Mr. Burke writes. He is, in my opinion, one of the finest, most poetic writers on the planet. This book is everything we have come to expect from the Robicheaux series. A poetic glimpse into a tortured soul. Nicely paced. Well plotted. All in all, a satisfying read worth twice the price.
  • What a ride

    5
    By Bossgolfer1
    May be my favorite James Lee Burke book of all. I hope Mr. Burke has more Robicheaux and Purcel tales to tell.
  • Oh my, James Lee Burke

    5
    By Stupid Loser
    The Master has given us another amazing collection of wordsmithing at its best. I did not want it to end.

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