Cadillac Jukebox

Cadillac Jukebox

Large Print - 1996
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Everyone knew that Aaron Crown shot Louisiana's most famous civil rights attorney 28 years ago; it just took that long to assemble a jury that would convict him. But Detective Dave Robicheaux--the character popularized by Burke in eight previous novels including the bestsellers "Dixie City Jam" and "Burning Angel"--knows that, somehow, he must find out the truth about Aaron Crown: a truth that too many people want hidden. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
Publisher: Rockland, Mass. : Wheeler Pub., 1996
ISBN: 9781568953755
Branch Call Number: FICTION Bur
Description: 395 pages (large print) ; 24 cm


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Mar 13, 2015

Magnificent prose that portrays blue-collar Louisiana. There is less Robicheaux angst over his Vietnam experiences. The tense action remains as our hero responds to a corrupt politician and those who put him in power. I have been reading these books in chronological order and look forward to reading them all again. The imagery almost overwhelms me as I read, slowly at times. Burkes books are best read this way, savoring the images he evokes. Would you rush through a wonderful meal?


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FavouriteFiction Oct 31, 2009

Sheriff's Deputy Dave Robicheaux is investigating the murder of a civil rights leader back in the 1960's, and trying to find out how the suspect's recent arrest is linked to an upcoming election. His task leads him on a journey through the history and inbred politics of New Iberia and he must confront a sinister hit man whose job is to silence police informants.


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