New York Times best-selling author and Edgar Award winner James Lee Burke delivers unparalleled suspense in his atmospheric novels. In Feast Day of Fools, the investigation of a DEA informant's death pits Texas border town sheriff Hackberry Holland and his deputy, Pam Tibbs, against Mexican drug dealers, Russian mobsters, and the evil preacher Jack Collins. "This is one of Burke's biggest novels, in terms of narrative design, thematic richness, and character interplay, and he rises to the occasion superbly ."-Booklist
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by James Lee Burke
"Will Patton is a superb listen. He combines passion, power, and pathos with exquisite voicing to bring this latest Burke mystery to even higher levels than listeners might be used to from these two accomplished storytellers. The complicated story weaves its way all over the Southwest and into northern Mexico with all the appropriate accents and dialects intact. There's no need to be concerned about getting lost with Will Patton's dependable voicing. However, he might have reviewed the pronunciations of the significant Korean landmarks that come up frequently in the story's flashbacks. Patton will wind the listener up again and again as the plot twists and turns through an allegorical landscape rooted in the evil that men do and the good that opposes them. M.C. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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