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The Lost Get-Back Boogie

Burke, James Lee

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ISBN 10: 0805005412 / ISBN 13: 9780805005417
Published by Henry Holt & Company, NY, 1987
Condition: Fine Soft cover
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Frst Owl paperback printing. This copy not was intended for sale. It was included as a promotional "item with the purchase of another of Burker's books. "Not For Resale" is printed on the cover. Limited Edition Not For Resale." is printed on the bottom of back cover. Bookseller Inventory # 012986

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Title: The Lost Get-Back Boogie

Publisher: Henry Holt & Company, NY

Publication Date: 1987

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition:Fine

Signed: Signed by Author

Edition: First Edition.

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Recently paroled from prison, Ivy Paret settles in with fellow ex-convict Buddy Riordan and Riordan's family on sprawling ranch in Montana and becomes drawn into a tragic conflict involving the family and their neighbors

About the Author:

James Lee Burke is the author of twenty-three novels and one collection of short stories. Two books, Heaven's Prisoners and Two for Texas, were adapted as motion pictures. Over the years, he has also worked as a pipeliner, land surveyor, social worker, newspaper reporter, and creative writing teacher. A native of Houston, he grew up on the Louisiana-Texas coast and now divides his time between New Iberia, Louisiana, and Missoula, Montana.

Christine Wiltz, a native New Orleanian, is the author of three mysteries featuring the Irish Channel detective Neal Rafferty, the novel Glass House, and the nonfiction work The Last Madam: A Life in the New Orleans Underworld. She co-wrote and -produced the PBS documentary Backlash: Race and The American Dream, about David Duke and his followers, which aired at the time of the gubernatorial runoff between Duke and Edwin Edwards.

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