Hired by a hotel magnate to locate a priceless Japanese manuscript, L.A. private eye Elvis Cole encounters the notorious Yakuza, the Japanese mob, and is drawn into a game of sexual obsession, amorality, and evil.
©2011 Robert Crais (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Stalking the Angel is a righteous California book: intelligent, perceptive, hard, clean." (James Elroy)
"Elvis Cole provides more fun for the reader than any L.A. private eye to come along in years." (Joseph Wambaugh)
this is the forth book from this author and the later books were much better this was OK and I will try a newer book when available
It just couldn't hold my attention.
Maybe if it was a narrator I love.
His sentences seemed to run together, pace or speed. I am not sure it just couldn't keep me interested.
I may try it again, not sure.
cook, lawyer, knitter, mom, grandmom
Good characterization as always, plot twists that I liked. Narration was colorful and appropriate will get the next in series
I endured this book,(I'm not a quitter).The narrator was just not macho enough to make the story believable. And like the other characters I was annoyed by the silly comments from Elvis...
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