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Hack Holland is a product of the South, both old and new. Hard-drinking ex-POW and wealthy, progressive Democrat, he stands in the long shadow cast by his ancestors.

When Holland's candidacy for a congressional seat brings him increasingly into conflict with those around him, his almost unwitting involvement with a violent civil rights conflict forces him to reassess his future - and his past....

©1971 James Lee Burke (P)2010 Recorded Books LLC

Critic Reviews

"A fantastic novelist…so far above the prevailing standards of crime fiction that it is pointless to make the comparison" (Daily Express)

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  • Pete
  • 12-04-15

We want more Huck!

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The narrator was very good, But, he just isn't Will. Whom all fans of the Burke writing style, I am sure, relate to as being Huckelberry Holland. Nonetheless great story, great narration and we want more Huck escapades.

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  • joseph shearer
  • 05-03-16

waste of print

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

better story, better writing

What could James Lee Burke have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

not written it

Have you listened to any of Tom Stechschulte’s other performances? How does this one compare?

very good reader - no country for old men

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

disappointment

Any additional comments?

why did he even write this pointless tripe?

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