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Book Review: ‘Light of the World’ by James Lee Burke


Burke's novels are hard-boiled mystical, melodramatic and self-referential, anxious and gripping. Read More »

Book Review: Feast Day of Fools by James Lee Burke

A stunning new Hack Holland novel by the ever earthy and poetic James Lee Burke Read More »

An Interview with James Lee Burke, Author of The Glass Rainbow and the Dave Robicheaux Novels

The novelist shares his thoughts on Dave Robicheaux, Clete Purcel, Louisiana politics and his writing methods. Read More »

The Early Word: New Books for the Week of July 12, 2010

Featured: James Lee Burke. Plus: Stiefvater, Jennifer Weiner, Alison Weir, French, Alexander McCall Smith, Reich, Laurence Gonzales; Laura Ingraham, Rob Sheffield, 'Twain', Tuohy, Why Europe?... Read More »

Book Review: The Glass Rainbow: A Dave Robicheaux Novel by James Lee Burke

The hunt for a serial killer and rapist who enjoys mutilating women will leave Dave Robicheaux's life forever changed. Read More »