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Heaven's Prisoners

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners (UK 2012)

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The second Dave Robicheaux novel from the award-winning crime writer.
Dave Robicheaux is trying to put a life of violence and crime behind him, leaving homicide to run a boat-rental business in Louisiana's bayou country. But one day while fishing in the Gulf with his wife Annie, he witnesses an event that will change his life forever.

A small two-engine plane suddenly crashes into the sea and Robicheaux dives down to the wreckage to find four bodies and one survivor; a little girl miraculously trapped in a pocket of air. When the authorities insist only three bodies were recovered from the plane, Robicheaux decides to investigate the mystery of the missing man.

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners. Orion Books, ISBN: 9781409109525 (November, 2012), 342 p., £7.99.

 

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Heaven's Prisoners

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners (USA 2010)

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Vietnam vet Dave Robicheaux has turned in his detective's badge, is winning his battle against booze, and has left New Orleans with his wife for the tranquil beauty of Louisiana's bayous. But a plane crash on the Gulf brings a young girl into his life -- and with her comes a netherworld of murder, deception, and homegrown crime. Suddenly Robicheaux is confronting Bubba Rocque, a brutal hood he's known since childhood; Rocque's hungry Cajun wife; and a federal agent with more guts than sense. In a backwater world where a swagger and a gun go further than the law, Robicheaux and those he loves are caught on a tide of violence far bigger than them all...

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners. A Dave Robicheaux Novel. Pocket eBook, ISBN: 9781451618440 (July, 2010), 909 KB (ca. 356 p.), $11.99.

 

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Heaven's Prisoners

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners (UK 2010)

From the Publisher:
The second Dave Robicheaux novel from the award-winning crime writer.
Dave Robicheaux is trying to put a life of violence and crime behind him, leaving homicide to run a boat-rental business in Louisiana's bayou country. But one day while fishing in the Gulf with his wife Annie, he witnesses an event that will change his life forever.

A small two-engine plane suddenly crashes into the sea and Robicheaux dives down to the wreckage to find four bodies and one survivor; a little girl miraculously trapped in a pocket of air. When the authorities insist only three bodies were recovered from the plane, Robicheaux decides to investigate the mystery of the missing man.

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners. Orion eBook, ISBN: 9781409124016 (June, 2010), 743 KB (ca. 356 p.), £6.99.

 

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Heaven's Prisoners

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners (UK 2005)

From the Publisher:
Dave Robicheaux is trying to put a life of violence and crime behind him, leaving homicide to run a boat-rental business in Louisiana's bayou country. But one day while fishing in the Gulf with his wife Annie, he witnesses an event that will change his life forever.

A small two-engine plane suddenly crashes into the sea and Robicheaux dives down to the wreckage to find four bodies and one survivor; a little girl miraculously trapped in a pocket of air. When the authorities insist only three bodies were recovered from the plane, Robicheaux decides to investigate the mystery of the missing man.

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners. Orion Books, ISBN: 0753820323 (June, 2005), 351 p., £6.99.

 

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Heaven's Prisoners

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners (USA 2002)

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Vietnam vet Dave Robicheaux has turned in his detective's badge, is winning his battle against booze, and has left New Orleans with his wife for the tranquil beauty of Louisiana's bayous. But a plane crash on the Gulf brings a young girl into his life -- and with her comes a netherworld of murder, deception, and homegrown crime. Suddenly Robicheaux is confronting Bubba Rocque, a brutal hood he's known since childhood; Rocque's hungry Cajun wife; and a federal agent with more guts than sense. In a backwater world where a swagger and a gun go further than the law, Robicheaux and those he loves are caught on a tide of violence far bigger than them all...

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners. A Dave Robicheaux Novel. Simon & Schuster, ISBN: 0743449193 (November, 2002), 308 p., $14.00.

 

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Heaven's Prisoners

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners (UK 2000)

From the Publisher:
Dave Robicheaux is trying to put a life of violence and crime behind him, leaving homicide to run a boat-rental business in Louisiana's bayou country. But one day, while fishing in the Gulf with his wife, Annie, he witnesses an event that will change his life forever. A small two-engine plane suddenly crashes into the sea and Robicheaux dives down to the wreckage to find four bodies and one survivor; a little girl miraculously trapped in a pocket of air. When the authorities insist only three bodies were recovered from the plane Robicheaux decides to investigate the mystery of the missing man. But it is a decision that will exact a chilling retribution of terror, torture and sudden death.

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners. Arrow, ISBN: 0099415623 (July, 2000), 351 p., £5.99.

 

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Heaven's Prisoners

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners (USA 1989)

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On the Bayou a bad moon is rising - and Robicheaux's peace is shattered with a gun...
Vietnam vet Dave Robicheaux has turned in his detective's badge, is winning his battle against booze, and has left New Orleans with his wife for the tranquil beauty of Louisiana's bayous. But a plane crash on the Gulf brings a young girl into his life -- and with her comes a netherworld of murder, deception, and homegrown crime. Suddenly Robicheaux is confronting Bubba Rocque, a brutal hood he's known since childhood; Rocque's hungry Cajun wife; and a federal agent with more guts than sense. In a backwater world where a swagger and a gun go further than the law, Robicheaux and those he loves are caught on a tide of violence far bigger than them all.

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners. Pocket Books, ISBN: 0671676296 (Sepember, 1989), 274 p., $3.95.

 

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Heaven's Prisoners

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners (USA 1988)

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Dave Robicheaux, the hero of James Lee Burke's marvelous thriller, 'The Neon Rain,' is back: Vietnam vet, outdoorsman, racetrack and jazz buff, and recovered alcoholic. No longer a New Orleans homicide detective, he now runs a bait and boat-rental business in the bayous and does his best to put a past of crime and violence behind him. It is not to be. One day while fishing in the Gulf, Robicheaux and his wife, Annie, spot a two-engine plane trailing a thick black cloud of smoke, and in obvious trouble. It crashes before their eyes. Strapping on a mask and air tanks, he goes down to see if, by some slim chance, anyone remains alive. He finds all the passengers dead-except for a little girl, whose mother, before she drowned, ahd somehow managed to push into a pocket of air. Robicheaux rescues the child-who was being flown in illegally from Central America, escaping the torture and murder in her own country. But the mysteries of 'Heaven's Prisoners' are only beginning.

James Lee Burke: Heaven's Prisoners. Henry Holt & Co., ISBN: 0805006656 (April, 1988), 292 p., $?.??.

 

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