Dead and Gone

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Knopf, 2000 - Fiction - 333 pages
11 Reviews

Burke's religion is revenge, and he is eager to begin worship. Without the slightest clue as to who ordered the hit, he goes back to his original contact. When that meeting ends in homicide, Burke goes even deeper underground than ever before. He vanishes off every radar screen, and starts his hunt. In order to connect the dots, Burke enlists the aid of a pilot he worked with during the war in Biafra, a Russian-speaking Cambodian woman named Gem, and a mystical childhood friend

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Review: Dead and Gone (Burke #12)

User Review  - David Ward - Goodreads

Dead and Gone (Burke #12) by Andrew Vachss (Borzoi Books 2000)(Fiction - Thriller) - Burke is ambushed and left for dead while serving as the bagman to resolve the kidnapping of a Russian boy. So ... Read full review

Review: Dead and Gone (Burke #12)

User Review  - Prakriti - Goodreads

This started very well, tense action pieces, confident voice, and a whole breathless anticipation in quick rat-a-tat sentences. Halfway through though (as soon as the girl came in), it devolved into ... Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2000)

Hardboiled writer Andrew Henry Vachss was born on October 19, 1942 in New York City. He attended Case Western Reserve University and the New England School of Law. Vachss has worked in many government and law enforcement organizations, ranging from the U. S. Public Health Service to the New York City Juvenile Justice Planning Project. Vachss' work as a writer includes a series of books featuring an unlicensed private detective named Burke. Burke's appearances include Flood, Strega, Blue Belle, Hard Candy, Blossom and Sacrifice. Vachss has also written comic books and graphic novels.

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