Lay Down My Sword and Shield

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Lay Down My Sword and Shield

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Hackberry Holland, cousin of beloved James Lee Burke hero Billy Bob Holland, made his debut in this novel, Lay Down My Sword and Shield , which was originally published in 1971, and its now been re-released in trade paperback. Fans can learn about Hack’s colorful history, forged against the backdrop of the civil rights era. In hot and sultry Texas, Hack, an attorney and Kor Hackberry Holland, cousin of beloved James Lee Burke hero Billy Bob Holland, made his debut in this novel, Lay Down My Sword and Shield , which was originally published in 1971, and its now been re-released in trade paperback. Fans can learn about Hack’s colorful history, forged against the backdrop of the civil rights era. In hot and sultry Texas, Hack, an attorney and Korean War POW, is being pushed by his wife, his brother, and his so-called friends in the oil business to run for political office. But Hack would prefer to drink, look after his beloved horses, and represent the occasional long-shot pro bono case at his law firm. When Hack attempts to overturn a conviction for an old army buddy, he finds himself embroiled in the seamy underbelly of the Texas patronage system—and in the earliest beginnings of the United Farm Workers movement, led by a beautiful woman who speaks to his heart in a way no one else has. As Hack begins to bring justice to the underserved, he finds both a new love and a new purpose. With his skillful blend of engaging plotlines, compelling characters, and graceful prose, James Lee Burke demonstrates the shimmering clarity of vision that has made him beloved by suspense fans all over the globe.

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Hackberry Holland, cousin of beloved James Lee Burke hero Billy Bob Holland, made his debut in this novel, Lay Down My Sword and Shield , which was originally published in 1971, and its now been re-released in trade paperback. Fans can learn about Hack’s colorful history, forged against the backdrop of the civil rights era. In hot and sultry Texas, Hack, an attorney and Kor Hackberry Holland, cousin of beloved James Lee Burke hero Billy Bob Holland, made his debut in this novel, Lay Down My Sword and Shield , which was originally published in 1971, and its now been re-released in trade paperback. Fans can learn about Hack’s colorful history, forged against the backdrop of the civil rights era. In hot and sultry Texas, Hack, an attorney and Korean War POW, is being pushed by his wife, his brother, and his so-called friends in the oil business to run for political office. But Hack would prefer to drink, look after his beloved horses, and represent the occasional long-shot pro bono case at his law firm. When Hack attempts to overturn a conviction for an old army buddy, he finds himself embroiled in the seamy underbelly of the Texas patronage system—and in the earliest beginnings of the United Farm Workers movement, led by a beautiful woman who speaks to his heart in a way no one else has. As Hack begins to bring justice to the underserved, he finds both a new love and a new purpose. With his skillful blend of engaging plotlines, compelling characters, and graceful prose, James Lee Burke demonstrates the shimmering clarity of vision that has made him beloved by suspense fans all over the globe.
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Title Lay Down My Sword and Shield Height 11.1
James Lee Burke Width 2.1
ISBN-13 9780752842691 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0752842692 Spine Width
Publisher Orion Publishing Group Pages 320
Edition 2010 Availability Out Of Stock

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