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8 edition of The lost get-back boogie found in the catalog.

The lost get-back boogie

a novel

by James Lee Burke

  • 130 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Louisiana State University Press in Baton Rouge .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Montana
    • Subjects:
    • Ex-convicts -- Fiction,
    • Young men -- Fiction,
    • Murderers -- Fiction,
    • Montana -- Fiction

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby James Lee Burke.
      GenreFiction.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3552.U723 L6 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination241 p. ;
      Number of Pages241
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2717476M
      ISBN 100807113344
      LC Control Number86010662

      The Lost Get-Back Boogie is a novel about loyalty and friendship, betrayal and loss. It is about essentially good people and their attempts to define the value of their lives and to find their place in a changing, complicated world. And it is the work of James Lee Burke at the top of his form. sortTitle Lost GetBack Boogie A Novel crossRefId. Get this from a library! The lost get-back boogie. [James Lee Burke] -- Trouble is brewing and Frank Riordan is the only one willing to stop it. As he wages a one-man campaign to shut down the local pulp mill that is polluting the air and devastating the environment.

      Against the backdrop of growing civil rights turmoil in a sultry border town, the hard-drinking ex-POW attorney Hackberry Holland yields to the myriad urgings of his wife, his brother, and his so-called friends to make a bid for a congressional seat - and finds himself embroiled in . The Lost Get-back Boogie A Novel (Book): Burke, James Lee: Trouble is rising in Montana's Bitterroot Valley and only one man is willing to stop it.

      The Lost Get-back Boogie A Novel (Book): Burke, James Lee: Recently paroled from prison for manslaughter, Korean War veteran Iry Paret settles in with fellow ex-convict Buddy Riordan and Riordan's family on a sprawling ranch in Montana. Iry becomes drawn into a tragic conflict involving Buddy, his wife, and their neighbors. Get this from a library! The lost get-back boogie. [James Lee Burke] -- In the 's, an inmate from Angola Prison is released on parole to work on a ranch in Montana.


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The Lost Get-Back Boogie by James Lee Burke - Iry Paret's done his time -- two years for manslaughter in Louisiana's Angola State Penitentiary. Now the war vet Released on: March 01, James Lee Burke (born December 5, ) is an American author, best known for his Dave Robicheaux series.

He has won Edgar Awards for Black Cherry Blues () and Cimarron Rose (), and has also been presented with the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of dr-peshev.com: December 5, (age 83), Houston, Texas, U.S.

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"LSU Press put me back in the game and turned my career around," Burke says. The novels and stories Burke had written during those years of rejection eventually became the stuff of the Dave /5(87).The Lost Get-Back Boogie is a novel about loyalty and friendship, betrayal and loss. It is about essentially good people and their attempts to define the value of their lives and to find their place in a changing, complicated world.

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