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A Morning for Flamingos (Dave Robicheaux Series #4)
     

A Morning for Flamingos (Dave Robicheaux Series #4)

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by James Lee Burke
 

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A Morning for Flamingos is a classic Dave Robicheaux Louisiana mystery by New York Times bestselling author James Lee Burke.
 
Desperately holding together the pieces of his shattered life, Cajun detective Dave Robicheaux has rejoined the New Iberia police force. While transporting two death-row prisoners, Dave is wounded, his partner is

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A Morning for Flamingos (Dave Robicheaux Series #4) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
SlapShot62 More than 1 year ago
I'm reading these in order and am completely hooked on the Robicheaux series and the character himself. Admittedly flawed, always willing to put himself in harm's way for others, doggedly determined, and fighting the good fights....what's not to like? Throw in Burke's writing style, which is simply great and characters added or revisiting from other novels - all with depth and "realness" to them, and you have a winning series and one of our great mystery/thriller writers.
Justin_D More than 1 year ago
Dave Robicheaux is simmering with pent up rage from a near death experience and sets out to make it right . Along the way he looks up some old friends we thought were no longer in the series and some merely mentioned in his past. A good read but slow at times. Fans will like the book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My first book of the of James Lee Burke and it was a great one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you are a Southerner and have any ties to Nahlens { New Orleans} you will want to keep reading. This tale could have been written as he sat in the Cafe du Mond. Burke's style is florid and you will feel the breezes from the Bayou.
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This book is Richer, and more complex than the earlier books. It also packs more of a satisfying story line. Reapply good read.
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