Bitterroot [abridged]

Following his acclaimed bestseller Purple Cane Road, James Lee Burke returns with a triumphant tour de force.Set in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, home to celebrities seeking...

White Doves At Morning

A riveting evocation of the Civil War, drawn from the true family history of "America's best novelist" (The Denver Post), JAMES LEE BURKE 1861. Two young Southerners, friends...

Wayfaring Stranger: A Novel

2015 Audie Award Finalist for Thriller/SuspenseIn his most ambitious work yet, New York Times bestseller James Lee Burke tells a classic American story through one man's...

Swan Peak: A Dave Robicheaux Novel [abridged]

2009 Audie Award Finalist for MysteryBeloved Louisiana lawman Dave Robicheaux returns—this time, traveling from New Iberia Parish to the wilds of Montana.Dave Robicheaux,...

Why Bugsy Siegel Was A Friend Of Mine

A short story from one of the country’s most-acclaimed and popular novelists James Lee Burke's story collection, JESUS OUT TO SEA.

Last Car To Elysian Fields: A Novel [abridged]

Sheriff Dave Robicheaux returns to New Orleans to investigate the beating of a controversial Catholic priest and murder of three teenage girls in this intense, atmospheric entry...

Creole Belle: A Dave Robicheaux Novel [abridged]

“America’s best novelist” James Lee Burke returns with another New York Times bestselling entry in the Dave Robicheaux thriller series (The Denver Post).Set...

A Stained White Radiance [abridged]

Detective Dave Robicheaux travels to the mountains of Montana to help his best friend and unearths a larger plot that threatens them both.Oil speculator Weldon Sonnier is the...

Two For Texas

This early James Lee Burke classic is available again—featuring Son Holland, the great-grandfather of beloved hero Billy Bob Holland, as he flees a Louisiana prison camp...

Rain Gods: A Novel [abridged]

“America’s best novelist” (The Denver Post ) brings back one of his most fascinating characters— Texas sheriff Hackberry Holland, cousin to lawman Billy...

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