Just ordered it through my local library today. I'm looking forward to it! Hope you enjoy it Geedubya.
Having read most all the Hunter novels, unlike James Lee Burke, one does not "wallow" in his prose, but rather its like slipping into a comfortable pair of broke-in boots.
Other Hunter novels one might read/listen on audio are:
These could be read without not having read the Bob Lee series in order.
IIRC all of the Bob Lee series can be obtained in the unabridged audio versions, except Point Of Impact, the first Bob "The Nailer" series. The movie "Shooter" was loosely based on this novel, but is not in the same league as the novel.
The abridged version on audio does not do justice to the intricacies and nuances of the plot.
If you care, read Point of Impact, then Book 3, A Time to Hunt, which ties things left undone from Book 1. ( A spoiler: "It's not about you") Book 2 is Black Light and can be read after books 1 & 3.
Dirty White Boys can be enjoyed at another time.