The Neon Rain – James Lee Burke Novel

The Neon Rain  by James Lee Burke This is book 1 in the Dave Robicheaux series and was first published way back in 1987 when mullets were the rage everywhere but in the hallowed halls of Rebel Voice. In The Neon Rain, we, the dedicated followers of the southern Louisiana police detective, get to meet our […]

America City – Novel By Chris Beckett

America City   by Chris Beckett This novel was published in 2017 and, given the contents, Rebel Voice is curious as to whether or not Trump’s election campaign played a part in its construct. Set one hundred years in the future, global warming has caused major upheaval across the planet. In the US, severe drought in […]

Sleeping Beauties – Stephen King And Owen King

Sleeping Beauties    by Stephen King and Owen King This is the latest from one of the master storytellers of our time, and his son. Sleeping Beauties is an epic along the lines of his previous offering, The Dome. It is also one that will grip you tightly and drag you willingly as its mate into […]

Heaven’s Prisoners

Heaven’s Prisoners   by James Lee Burke Regular readers of these book reviews would be forgiven for thinking that Rebel Voice is the love-child of James Lee, such is the proliferation of his novels and the strong praise for them. I would like to assure all readers that this site has no connections to the US […]

Back Of Beyond

Back of Beyond   by C.J. Box Rebel Voice has reviewed a number of C.J. Box’s novels in the Joe Pickett series and found them all of a high standard. Back of Beyond is not of the same story-line nor level of writing. Detective Cody Hoyt is an alcoholic (is there any other type of cop?) […]

To The Bright And Shining Sun

To the Bright and Shining Sun   by Jame Lee Burke In Rebel Voice‘s previous book review of Rain Gods, the author, James Lee Burke, stated his belief that it was his best novel. Rebel Voice, however, is of the opinion that To the Bright and Shining Sun is better, and is perhaps his very best […]