Logan's Storm: A Novel

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Random House, 2002 - Fiction - 288 pages
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The capstone of Ken Wells's acclaimed Catahoula Bayou trilogy," Logan's Storm tracks the epic journey of Logan LaBauve as he flees corrupt cops while trying to lead Chilly Cox--the teenager whose "crime" was rescuing Logan's son, Meely, from a racist bully--to safety. But dodging two-footed predators deep in the Cajun backwaters turns out to be the easy part. As Logan, accompanied by a newfound love interest, heads to Florida to lie low, a killer hurricane springs from the Gulf--and lives are suddenly on the line. Wells writes with Twain's flair for adventure and Welty's sense of place, making "Logan's Storm a trip through the heart and soul of a singular American character.

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Review: Logan's Storm: A Novel

User Review  - Laura Cushing - Goodreads

The final book in the Meely LaBauve trilogy, this book is narrated by Logan - Meely's father. It starts with Logan and Chilly running from the law (an event that has its beginnings in the first book ... Read full review

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User Review  - William - Goodreads

Excellent book...picaresque, entertaining, humorous, and heart warming. I've ready the entire trilogy and have enjoyed each and every one of the books. Read full review

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Ken Wells is a senior writer and features editor for page one of The Wall Street Journal. In 1982, he was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for The Miami Herald. He lives with his family outside Manhattan.

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