In a message dated 8/19/08 6:56:36 PM, email@example.com writes:
> I tried a Burke novel a few years ago ("Jolie Blon's Bounce") and gave up
> on it after about 50 pages. There was too much physical description and the
> Robicheaux character was way too wise and world-weary, as I recall. I found
> the style and the character irritating.
> I'm sure this is a minority opinion. Maybe I should give Burke another
> try. But I found that first experience quite off-putting.
I met him years ago at a signing for BLACK CHERRY BLUES and thought he was an
extremely charming gentleman. his prose style however is a bit florid for
I never finished BCB
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