Edgar Award nominee Robert Crais’ L.A. Requiem is a gritty, harrowing look into the minds of a serial killer and the men determined to stop him. Elvis Cole and former cop Joe Pike have been partners in a detective agency for 12 years. After an ex-girlfriend of Pike’s disappears, the girl’s father asks them to help the police with the search. When the missing persons case turns into a hunt for a killer who has been stalking victims in Los Angeles, Cole and Pike find themselves battling both a hostile police department and a madman. Ron McLarty’s masterful narration subtly builds a sense of Cole’s and Pike’s growing desperation to find some link between the victims as the body count continues to grow.
©1999 Robert Crais (P)2000 Recorded Books, LLC
This book answered many questions about Pike's history and the strong bond between Elvis and him. The performance by Ron McLarty could not have been better.
This is by far, one of my favorite books by Crais! It is interesting, clever, suspenseful, and at times, funny enough to make me laugh out loud! With all the twists and turns, I found myself on the edge of my seat and could not help but want more!
Sassy dialogue, humor, and a great reader are important to me.
great,sexy and tender
joe pike, for such a warrior, he has a tender side that just pulls you in
not my favor reader. james Danials is the best reader for more of Crais books. Do not miss his reading of Crais books
yes, this is Joe Pike back ground story
If you like Joe Pike, get the Watchman, this was a favorite
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