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Feast Day of Fools by James Lee Burke
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Oct 30, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: 2011, crime-noir, southern-writers
Read from November 02 to 07, 2011

Much better that the second Holland installment. A very dark and beautifully written novel. Full of very good metaphors The Jack Collins character is further developed in this novel and it appears that it will carry onto the next sequel, this is good. I believe that as Mr. Burke gets older his novels tend to do more proselytizing about politics and social issues and in my opinion detracts from the story.

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11/03/2011 page 75
16.0% "Typical Burke. One preacher, one real bad guy, a good cop, a hard nosed cop and an a-----e FBI." 4 comments
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