Two decades later, several incidents in Dave's life in Iberia Parish link to those involved. First he meets Dallas' daughter, Trish, who keeps odd company and is blackballed by the local casinos.
Then the supposed suicide of a young girl appears to be connected to the man Dallas owed money to back in the Miami days. Dave's inability to let things alone gets him involved with two very powerful criminals, both wanting to protect their sons from the trouble they court, and both with the attitude of the privileged and white.
When a young black drug dealer gets on the wrong side of the boys, tensions run high and there are more needless deaths - causing Dave to come to blows with the FBI, the DA's office and a thug who has little regard for any life but his own.
©2006 James Lee Burke; (P)2006 Simon & Schuster Audio
"With peerless naturalistic descriptions and lush, metaphysical imagery, Burke creates another challenging morality play for his flawed, everyman hero." (Publishers Weekly)
"Cracking plot, brilliantly read."
No. Too many other books to read and listen to.
As always, Tripod - obviously the master mind behind it all.
I have listened to several. I would not wish to rank them - all excellent.
"Gritty insight into life in southern USA"
its was a good story and it was very insightful into what it might be like to be black in american in the southern states - it felt truthful . It was pacy and pretty grusesome
oh wow what a voice!
no but it was moving and gripping
it was just the sort of book that makes a good audible book - great voice, good plot and works the imagination
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