the official website of James Lee Burke.
|HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN|
publication date December 1, 2015
Paperback out May 28th!
From “America’s best novelist” (The Denver Post): A sprawling thriller drenched with atmosphere and intrigue that takes a young boy from a chance encounter with Bonnie and Clyde to the trenches of World War II and the oil fields along the Texas-Louisiana coast.
|LIGHT OF THE WORLD|
The next in the highly anticipated Dave Robicheaux series, July 23, 2013. Preorders are being accepted from the big box stores as well as your favorite independents. Follow the link for more info. And please check the July calendar of events for info on ordering signed and/or personalized copies.
|SOUTHERN REVIEW LITERARY MAGAZINE|
James Lee Burke brings us “Going across Jordan,” a tense page-turner about two men on the run and a corrupt Hollywood cowboy with an agenda of his own.
|CREOLE BELLE, in paperback summer 2013|
Click the link for flap copy, story outline and an excerpt.
|James Lee Burke Audio Books|
Visit Simon and Schuster's JLB audio page to purchase the latest downloads and audio books.
|James Lee Burke Foresees Devastation of His Louisiana Wetlands |
Interview with Jim in Bloomberg.com
|Kasey Kowers Interview|
Listen to Kasey Kower's 7th visit with James Lee Burke as they discuss CREOLE BELLE.
|IN THE ELECTRIC MIST |
Tommy Lee Jones, as James Lee Burke's Dave Robicheaux, leads an award winning cast in this thrilling film adaptation of IN THE ELECTRIC MIST WITH CONFEDERATE DEAD. Watch the IN THE ELECTRIC MIST trailer here. Own it now on Blu-ray or DVD
|DAVE ROBICHEAUX's New Iberia|
Follow this link to a map of New Iberia's historical walking tour.
|THE BIG UNEASY|
an interesting article from The Sydney Morning Herald, March 15, 2008
|Interview with The Sun Post|
Jim talks with John Hood. Be sure to read through...the last Q&A is priceless!
|The Craze After the Storm|
The Craze After the Storm
James Lee Burke's Dark Look
At Post-Katrina New Orleans
By JEFFREY A. TRACHTENBERG of The Wall Street Journal.
|JLB on NPR's Day to Day|
James Lee Burke's Fictional Take on Katrina, July 30, interview with Martha Woodroof
|JLB's KATRINA editorial from LA TIMES|
A city of saints and Sancho Panza
OP-ED LA TIMES September 18, 2005
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