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James Lee Burke A Morning For Flamingos
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by samueltyler - written on 14/07/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
poor conditions that many soldiers died. Being in a POW camp and making it out is always going to impact how you react and feel on returning home. James Lee Burke explores the idea of one man s lost soul after returning from Korea in Lay down My Sword and Shield . As part of a rich Southern family steeped in politics Hack Holland s natural charisma and good looks makes him a shoe in for politics. With the aid of his glamorous wife and loyal brother he is fast tracked to the big leagues. Unfortunately, Hack has a self destructive nature only heightened on his return from a Korean POW camp where he spent 3 years. Something changed in him when he was away and now the ...
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by alandooley - written on 25/08/00, updated on 25/08/00 (Very useful, 26 readings)
on how difficult (the things you see, the people you interact with, the smell of it...) it can be to be a cop. Whenever I finish a James Lee Burke novel or watch NYPD Blue, I think, Man, I wish I could craft something as clear, true and compelling as this. While travelling through Missoula, MT this summer, I almost looked up James Lee Burke in the phone book, to call and say, "Thanks for creating such a robust, honest, tough character ." But then I thought, heck, if he's like Robicheaux, he doesn't need my interruption. He wrote the book because he had demons to ...