©1995 Robert Crais; (P)2003 BBC Audiobooks Ltd
"Cole, in his fifth appearance, is in fine form. He's as tough, witty, and clever as ever, and his partner Pike exudes danger like no one in suspense fiction this side of Spenser's Hawk....This installment is every bit as good as its predecessors." (Booklist)
Well it wasn't so dull that I stopped listening but I definitely wouldn't put it on my must listen list. Not particularly memorable.
Yes, solid story telling and a great voice. It's an update on iconic detectives.
Joe Pike, I like the strong silent type with a brain
I love the descriptions of the food and culture
What a cross between Dragnet and Bogart would yeild.
"Really good listen"
I really enjoyed this book. It was a good listen. I couldn't see how Robert Crais would end the story.
I guessed but I was wrong.
Elvis Cole is a good man, and a good detective. The narrator does a fine job too.
I am looking forward to hearing more Elvis Cole stories
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