Pegasus Descending (Dave Robicheaux Mysteries (Audio)) download epub
by James Lee Burke
Dave Robicheaux is back in a dangerous mystery that involves stolen money, gritty casinos, and a beautiful girl . Will Patton reads James Lee Burke like he is Dave Robicheaux. For my reading enjoyment, it doesn't get better than that. Dave and Clete and Molly and Helen and Snugs and Tripod.
Dave Robicheaux is back in a dangerous mystery that involves stolen money, gritty casinos, and a beautiful girl with connections to his past. When a nice young woman named Trish Klein blows into Louisiana.
Dave Robicheaux (pronounced "Row-bih-show") is a fictional character in a series of mystery novels by American crime writer James Lee Burke. Once an officer for the New Orleans Police Department, Robicheaux constantly breaches the ethical code over the course of just about every case he works on and currently pursues cases in New Iberia, Louisiana as sheriff's deputy. He is a recovering alcoholic whose demons stem from his service as a .
Burke, James Lee, 1936-. Detective Dave Robicheaux is facing the most painful and dangerous case of his career. Robicheaux, Dave (Fictitious character), New Iberia, American Mystery & Suspense Fiction, Fiction, Fiction - Mystery/ Detective, Mystery/Suspense, Police, Mystery & Detective - General, Large type books, Louisiana, New Iberia (L. Publisher. A troubled young woman breezes into his hometown of New Iberia, Louisiana. She happens to be the daughter of Robicheaux's onetime best friend-a friend he witnessed gunned down in a bank robbery, a tragedy that forever changed Robicheaux's life.
Detective Dave Robicheaux is facing the most painful and dangerous case of his career. The twists begin when Trish Klein-the only offspring of Robicheaux's Vietnam-era buddy-starts passing marked hundred-dollar bills in local casinos.
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A superb Dave Robicheaux mystery from the multi award-winning crime writer. Daily MailFans of Dennis Lehane, Michael Connelly and Don Winslow will love James Lee Burke: Dave Robicheaux Series1. Dave Robicheaux left his drinking days behind him many years ago, but he still feels guilt over a tragic event he wasn't sober enough to prevent. Dallas Klein, a gambling addict and bar buddy of Dave's when Dave was posted to Miami PD, was killed in an armed robbery he'd been forced to engineer.
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In Pegasus Descending, James Lee Burke again explores psyches as. .Opening a book about Dave Robicheaux is like opening a door straight into New Orleans or the Louisiana bayou.
In Pegasus Descending, James Lee Burke again explores psyches as much as evidence, and tries to make sense of human behavior as well as of his characters' crimes. Richly atmospheric, frightening in its sudden violence, and replete with the sort of puzzles only the best crime fiction creates, Burke's latest novel is an unforgettable roller coaster of passion, surprise, and regret. Fast paced, brooding and wonderfully written as always.
A Dave Robicheaux Novel. Chapter 1. I N THE EARLY 1980S, when I was still going steady with Jim Beam straight-up and a beer back, I became part of an exchange program between NOPD and a training academy for police cadets in Dade County, Florida. He bought a round of well drinks for the house and had dinners of T-bones and Irish potatoes brought in for him and me. Then two men of a kind you never want to meet came through the front door, the taller one beckoning to the bartender, the shorter man scanning the tables, waiting for his eyes to adjust to the darkness of the bar’s interior. Got to dee-dee, Dave.