I really like this style of detective novels. The PI has a smart mouth and guts and know how to back it up.
The plot had some unexpected..Show More »
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 annoy..Show More »
Mob to Hollywood
Yes, there is always a detail missed that you find later.
If you like Elvis, he's in fine form in this Crais offering.
Outstanding mystery with just a note of sadness. Compelling characters, deli..Show More »
The reader was so poor that I chose not to listen to the book. I will not order anything else with this reader.
Yes... nice listen... amusing and intriguing
It surprises me that Crais' name does not get linked with Connolly and Sandford more often. He certainly belongs in that company and, in fact, one of..Show More »
Robert Crais can always be counted on to give bang for the buck. His signature character, Elvis Cole, is so vivid, he has more flesh of reality than ..Show More »
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This is a nicely paced book which keeps moving even though we are given a good deal of flashback information about Elvis Cole's childhood abandonment...Show More »
Joe Pike, ex-Sniper, ex-Policeman, ex-Mercenary... a complex, screwed-up character.
The pace of this book is slowed down by the characte..Show More »
Years ago I sat next to an actual private detective on an airplane and he recommended Robert Crais. I have devoured all of his books and enjoyed ever..Show More »
Long time reader/listener of Crais. Big fan of Elvis Cole. This is second to feature sidekick Joe Pike. Missing the humour & humanity from the Elvis C..Show More »
This is vintage Crais so if you have enjoyed his earlier books you will enjoy this. Pike is his silent, effective self and the plot is engaging. Exc..Show More »
Can't miss with Joe and Elvis, good narrator but you'd think an author would pick one reader and stick with them. One of the best of the series.