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The Lost Get-Back Boogie

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie (UK 2012)

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Trouble is rising in Montana's Bitterroot Valley and only one man is willing to stop it...
Trouble is brewing and Frank Riordan is the only one willing to stop it. As he wages a one-man campaign to shut down the local pulp mill that is polluting the air and devastating the environment, tensions are growing - and so is the level of power he's up against. It is becoming more than Frank can handle.

The man who can help already has troubles of his own. Iry Paret is trying put the past behind him, having served time for accidentally killing a man. He heads west to make a fresh start in Montana on Frank's ranch. But he hadn't expected to fall in love with the estranged wife of Frank's son, a strong, dynamic and beautiful woman who will test the limits of Iry's loyalty to his friends.

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie. Orion Books, ISBN: 9781409109532 (December, 2012), 336 p., £7.99.

 

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The Lost Get-Back Boogie

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie (UK 2010)

From the Publisher:
Trouble is rising in Montana's Bitterroot Valley and only one man is willing to stop it...
Trouble is brewing and Frank Riordan is the only one willing to stop it. As he wages a one-man campaign to shut down the local pulp mill that is polluting the air and devastating the environment, tensions are growing - and so is the level of power he's up against. It is becoming more than Frank can handle.

The man who can help already has troubles of his own. Iry Paret is trying put the past behind him, having served time for accidentally killing a man. He heads west to make a fresh start in Montana on Frank's ranch. But he hadn't expected to fall in love with the estranged wife of Frank's son, a strong, dynamic and beautiful woman who will test the limits of Iry's loyalty to his friends.

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie. Orion eBook, ISBN: 9781409132912 (November, 2010), 774 KB (ca. 262 p.), £5.99.

 

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The Lost Get-Back Boogie

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie (USA 2010)

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Iry Paret's done his time -- two years for manslaughter in Louisiana's Angola State Penitentiary. Now the war vet and blues singer is headed to Montana, where he hopes to live clean working on a ranch owned by the father of his prison pal, Buddy Riordan. In prison, Iry tinkered with a song -- "The Lost Get-Back Boogie" -- that never came out quite right. Now, the Riordan family's problems hand him a new kind of trouble, with some tragic consequences. And Iry must get the tune right at last, or pay a fateful price.

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie. Pocket eBook, ISBN: 9781451618464 (July, 2010), 879 KB (ca. 418 p.), $9.99.

 

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The Lost Get-Back Boogie

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie (USA 2006)

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Iry Paret's done his time -- two years for manslaughter in Louisiana's Angola State Penitentiary. Now the war vet and blues singer is headed to Montana, where he hopes to live clean working on a ranch owned by the father of his prison pal, Buddy Riordan. In prison, Iry tinkered with a song -- "The Lost Get-Back Boogie" -- that never came out quite right. Now, the Riordan family's problems hand him a new kind of trouble, with some tragic consequences. And Iry must get the tune right at last, or pay a fateful price.

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie. Pocket Star, ISBN: 1416517065 (March, 2006), 376 p., $9.99.

 

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The Lost Get-Back Boogie

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie (USA 2004)

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Before The Lost Get-Back Boogie appeared to wide acclaim in 1986, James Lee Burke had been out of print in cloth for thirteen years and his fifth novel had received a record 111 rejection letters. "LSU Press put me back in the game and turned my career around," Burke says. The novels and stories Burke had written during those years of rejection eventually became the stuff of the Dave Robicheaux series, which has earned him two Edgar Awards.

Reviews of The Lost Get-Back Boogie now seem prescient. "This is the book that Burke was born to write -- and you're grateful he did," wrote syndicated reviewer Nancy Pate. "It's the sort of novel that could win Burke a wider readership," said the Wichita Eagle-Beacon. And from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, "The Lost Get-Back Boogie was my introduction to Burke, and it is a cherished one. Burke demonstrates a rare ability to write an extraordinarily propulsive tale that borders on genre fiction without ever being less than literature."

The novel's title is also the name of the song that Iry Paret -- a honky-tonk musician, Korean vet, and ex-con -- wants to write to hold his memories of a "more uncomplicated time," before the war, before prison. The book opens the day thirty-year-old Iry leaves Louisiana's Angola state penitentiary, after serving two years for manslaughter, and follows him to Montana, where he hopes to stay cool and out of trouble by working hard on a ranch owned by the father of his prison pal, Buddy Riordan. Iry finds the fresh start he seeks, joins a weekend band, and even falls in love. But the Riordan family's problems deal Iry a new sort of trouble with some ultimately tragic consequences.

The Lost Get-Back Boogie is a novel about loyalty and friendship, betrayal and loss. It is about essentially good people and their attempts to define the value of their lives and to find their place in a changing, complicated world. And it is the work of James Lee Burke at the top of his form.

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie. Foreword by Christine Wiltz. Louisiana State University Press; ISBN: 080713032X (September, 2004), 241 p., $24.95.

 

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The Lost Get-Back Boogie

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie (UK 2003)

From the Publisher:
Trouble is brewing and Frank Riordan is the only one willing to stop it. As he wages a one man campaign to shut down the local pulp mill that is polluting the air and devastating the environment, tensions are growing and so is the level of power he's up against. It is becoming more than Frank can handle. The man that can help already has troubles of his own. Iry Paret is trying put the past behind him, having served time for accidentally killing a man. He heads west to make a fresh start in Montana on Frank's ranch. But he hadn't expected to all in love with the estranged wife of Frank's son, a strong dynamic and beautiful woman who will test the limit's of Iry's loyalty to his friends.

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie. Orion Books, ISBN: 0752842676 (November, 2003); 336 p., £6.99.

 

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The Lost Get-Back Boogie

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie (USA 1997)

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Iry Paret is a young blues musician from southern Louisiana trying to put the past behind him. Having served time for accidentally killing a man in a barroom brawl, Iry heads west to make a fresh start in Montana on Frank Riordan's ranch. But he falls in love with the estranged wife of Frank's son, a strong, beautiful woman who will test the limits of his loyalty to his friends.

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie. Hyperion; ISBN: 0786889349 (November, 1997), 323 p., $5.99.

 

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The Lost Get-Back Boogie

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie (USA 1995)

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The book that jump-started Burke's career, this novel chronicles the turbulent story of Iry Paret, a young Louisiana blues musician. An ex-con and blues musician, Iry Paret tries to put his life back together by moving in with an old prison friend, but soon a romantic interest puts him in a difficult, compromising situation.

James Lee Burke: The Lost Get-Back Boogie. Hyperion; ISBN: 0786881011 (October, 1995), 240 p., $11.95.

 

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