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Two-time Edgar Award winner James Lee Burke has been called "brilliant," "incomparable," "an absolute master," and even "Faulknerian," but readers are too rapt in his stories to browse the reviews. In Feast Day of Fools, he proves his worth again with a deftly layered tale about a desert torture homicide; a terrified ex-boxer; a mysterious, deeply secretive Chinese woman; and the return of serial murderer Preacher Jack Collins. The job of sorting it all out falls into the lap of Southwest Texas border town Sheriff Hackberry Holland. Bound to be a bestseller.