Summary

In a thrilling combination of haunting suspense and captivating villains, James Lee Burke treats readers to another Billy Bob Holland novel, set in beautiful and mysterious Montana. In the Moon of Red Ponies is Burke at his best - a novel defined by plot twists, breathtaking suspense, and a colourful cast of the unforgettable villains which have earned Burke critical praise and a bestselling readership.
©2004 James Lee Burke (P)2006 W F Howes Ltd
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4 out of 5 stars
By hfffoman on 18-06-14

Well written detective thriller

If you could sum up In the Moon of Red Ponies in three words, what would they be?

Violent, intelligent, unconventional

What about Tom Stechschulte’s performance did you like?

A first class reader with a tough voice suited to the characters.

Any additional comments?

A character thriller, with the three main players many shades of grey. If I have a slight criticism it is that some of the villains are pure evil to the limits of credibility. The style is intelligent written, with frequent turns of phrase that made me feel, "that's spot on".

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4 out of 5 stars
By Dave on 17-06-18

Well read. Ending a bit abrupt. Over all enjoyable

Well read. Ending a bit abrupt. Over all enjoyable. Fifteen words I do not need.


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