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The Neon Rain

James Lee Burke: The Neon Rain (USA 2010)

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Detective Dave Robicheaux has fought too many battles: in Vietnam, with killers and hustlers, with police brass, and with the bottle. Lost without his wife's love, Robicheaux's haunted soul mirrors the intensity and dusky mystery of New Orleans' French Quarter -- the place he calls home, and the place that nearly destroys him when he becomes involved in the case of a young prostitute whose body is found in a bayou. Thrust into the world of drug lords and arms smugglers, Robicheaux must face down a subterranean criminal world and come to terms with his own bruised heart in order to survive.

James Lee Burke: The Neon Rain. Pocket eBook, ISBN: 9781451618457 (July, 2010), 1757 KB (ca. 324 p.), $11.99.

 

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The Neon Rain

James Lee Burke: The Neon Rain (UK 2010)

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The outstanding first book in the ever-popular Dave Robicheaux series.
Introducing the New Orleans detective Dave Robicheaux.

Johnny Massina, a convicted murderer bound for the electric chair, has warned Dave Robicheaux that he's on somebody's hit list, and now the homicide detective is trying to discover just who that is before he ends up dead.

Meanwhile he has taken on the murder investigation of a young black girl found dead in the Bayou Swamp - a case no one seems keen for him to investigate. But Robicheaux persists and uncovers a web of corruption that some would kill to protect, leading him to a terrifying confrontation with the one horror he fears most of all.

James Lee Burke: The Neon Rain. Orion eBook, ISBN: 9781409124009 (June, 2010), 659 KB (ca. 324 p.), &ound;6.99.

 

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The Neon Rain

James Lee Burke: The Neon Rain (UK 2005)

From the Publisher:
Introducing the New Orleans detective Dave Robicheaux
Johnny Massina, a convicted murderer bound for the electric chair, has warned Dave Robicheaux that he's on somebody's hit list, and now the homicide detective is trying to discover just who that is before he ends up dead.

Meanwhile he has taken on the murder investigation of a young black girl found dead in the Bayou swamp - a case no one seems keen for him to investigate. But Robicheaux persists and uncovers a web of corruption that some would kill to protect, leading him to a terrifying confrontation with the one horror he fears most of all.

James Lee Burke: The Neon Rain. Orion Books, ISBN: 0753820331 (June, 2005), 314 p., £6.99.

 

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The Neon Rain

James Lee Burke: The Neon Rain (USA 2002)

From the Publisher:
Detective Dave Robicheaux has fought too many battles: in Vietnam, with killers and hustlers, with police brass, and the bottle. Lost without his wife's love, Robicheaux's haunted soul mirrors the intensity and dusky mystery of New Orleans' French Quarter -- the place he calls home, and the place that nearly destroys him when he becomes involved in the case of a young prostitute whose body is found in a bayou. Thrust into the world of drug lords and arms smugglers, Robicheaux must face down a subterranean criminal world and come to terms with his own bruised heart in order to survive.

James Lee Burke: The Neon Rain. A Dave Robicheaux Novel. Simon & Schuster, ISBN: 0743449207 (October, 2002), 275 p., $14.00.

 

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The Neon Rain

James Lee Burke: The Neon Rain (UK 2000)

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Not even his years as a New Orleans Homicide detective could have prepared Dave Robicheaux for the condemned man's last confession. When Johnny Massina, a convicted murderer bound for the electric chair, warns Dave he's on somebody's hit list, the Cajun detective is rocketed into a situation with chilling consequences. As Dave hastens to discover whose target he's become before he ends up dead, he takes on the murder investigation of a young black girl foun dead in the Bayou swamp. The investigation leads him to a drug-dealing mafia, an ex-general with sinister connections in Nicaragua and a terrifying confrontation with the one horror he fears most of all.

James Lee Burke: The Neon Rain. Arrow, ISBN: 0099415631 (June, 2000), 314 p., £5.99

 

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The Neon Rain

James Lee Burke: The Neon Rain (USA 1992)

From the Publisher:
Detective Dave Robicheaux has fought too many battles: in Vietnam, with killers and hustlers, with police brass, and the bottle. Lost without his wife's love, Robicheaux's haunted soul mirrors the intensity and dusky mystery of New Orleans' French Quarter -- the place he calls home, and the place that nearly destroys him when he becomes involved in the case of a young prostitute whose body is found in a bayou. Thrust into the world of drug lords and arms smugglers, Robicheaux must face down a subterranean criminal world and come to terms with his own bruised heart in order to survive.

James Lee Burke: The Neon Rain. Pocket Books, ISBN: 0671756443 (January, 1992), 281 p., $5.99 (?).

 

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