©2007 Robert Crais; (P)BBC Audiobooks LTD
"Crais uses the novelist's complete bag of tricks to tell a story that's darker, denser, deeper and more satisfying than anything he's written before." (The Denver Post)
"[A] full-bodied novel that explores such topics as honor and friendship and justice and love, that brings its protagonists to a new point of self-awareness and, not incidentally, that provides the kind of puzzle plot that sends mystery fans into paroxysms of joy." (Los Angeles Times)
"[S]hrewdly plotted and sharply written, with not an ounce of fat on it....a rare treat." (The Washington Post)
Somewhat predictable, but nevertheless a good read. Robert Crais is very good at building his characters, making you feel like you are inside the protagonist’s head, and making you feel sorrow for him and anger towards his enemies.
William Roberts’ narration made this book a winner.
It was a good story, I think I would have liked it more if I'd realised it wasn't an Elvis Cole, Joe Pike novel when I bought it.
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