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Series: Dave Robicheaux

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The Neon Rain by James Lee Burke1
Heaven's Prisoners by James Lee Burke2
Black Cherry Blues by James Lee Burke3
A Morning for Flamingos by James Lee Burke4
A Stained White Radiance by James Lee Burke5
In the Electric Mist with Confederate Dead by James Lee Burke6
Dixie City Jam by James Lee Burke7
Burning Angel by James Lee Burke8
Cadillac Jukebox by James Lee Burke9
Sunset Limited by James Lee Burke10
Purple Cane Road by James Lee Burke11
Three Great Novels: Dixie City Jam; Burning Angel; Purple Cane Road (WRONG ISBN) by James Lee Burke7, 8, 11
Jolie Blon's Bounce by James Lee Burke12
Last Car to Elysian Fields by James Lee Burke13
Crusader's Cross by James Lee Burke14
A Dave Robicheaux Ebook Boxed Set: Jolie Blon's Bounce, Last Car to Elysian Fields, Crusader's Cross by James Lee Burke12-14
First 15 Dave Robicheaux: Black Cherry Blues, Burning Angel, Cadillac Jukebox, Crusaders Cross, Dixie City Jam, Heavens by James Lee Burke1-15
Pegasus Descending by James Lee Burke15
The Tin Roof Blowdown by James Lee Burke16
Swan Peak by James Lee Burke17
The Glass Rainbow by James Lee Burke18
Creole Belle by James Lee Burke19
Light of the World by James Lee Burke20
Robicheaux by James Lee Burke21
The New Iberia Blues by James Lee Burke22
Three Great Novels - Robicheaux: The Early Years "The Neon Rain", "Heaven's Prisoners", "Black Cherry Blues" by James Lee BurkeOmnibus: 1,2 & 3
Three Great Novels 3: " A Morning for Flamingos " , " A Stained White Radiance " , " In the Electric Mist With Confederate Dead " (Great Novels) by James Lee BurkeOmnibus: 4,5 & 6
The Best of Robicheaux: 'In the Electric Mist with Confederate Dead', 'Cadillac Jukebox' and 'Sunset Limited' by James Lee BurkeOmnibus: 6,9 & 10

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