When Amanda Boudreau is raped and murdered, it's small-time black hustler Tee Bobby Hulin's prints that are found at the crime scene. Tee Bobby pleads innocence, but then attempts suicide in his holding cell. Why? Lawyer Perry LaSalles takes on the defence, but his motives are fuelled by guilt.
©2002 James Lee Burke (P)2002 Recorded Books LLC
I really enjoy James Lee Burke but just cannot listen to Mark Hammer anymore!
less detail about things that dont matter
if it was a meal I would of asked for a free one
With life in the fast lane, I make the most of any available time to listen to my audiobooks, while gardening, dog walking or in the car!
The story was very long winded, I felt there was not much of a story line and was padded out to try and make the story work. I have read a few of James Lee Burke's books and this is the first that I have not enjoyed.
A discovery of witches by Deborah Harkness
Not sure, I don't think anyone could have this book interesting for me.
Too much to say.
Don't recommend this book.
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