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Apr 20, Monty rated it liked it. This series is getting to be similar to brain candy for me--extremely satisfying but not a lot of sustenance. I really like Elvis Cole and Joe Pike. This book started out sounding like the plot was pretty straight forward, but it soon became quite complex and exciting. Yes, I do plan to read the next in the series and may start out with the Joe Pike series which has some stories not found in the Elvis Cole books. Couldn't sleep last night, tossing and turning. To make matters worse, I picked up Sunset Express giving my night hyperactivity something to focus on.
Hours later. Now I can't get back to sleep. Damn Crais! Nov 27, Brian Stillman rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. The best Elvis Cole novel to date. Definitely read Voodoo River prior to this one. Reading the end of the book was as close to pumping my fist in the air and screaming like a beer soaked frat boy as I ever need to get. A great detective novel. A fucking great detective novel. Another really good, entertaining read. They've ALL been good. I do have the next in the series at hand, so I should get a good start on completing all the books by the end of View all 3 comments.
Dec 17, Wendy rated it really liked it Shelves: dec I really enjoyed this 6th book in the Elvis Cole series. Dec 11, Scott Rhee rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery , series-detective. It won't be my last. Crais is a writer for those who love a good fast-paced mystery with a likable and charming hero in the vein of Robert Parker's Spenser or Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe. Wise-cracking, compassionate, tough-but-lovable, and an all-around good guythe kind you'd definitely want in your cornerElvis Cole, in this novel, is at a tu "Sunset Express" is the sixth book in Robert Crais's series featuring his L.
Wise-cracking, compassionate, tough-but-lovable, and an all-around good guythe kind you'd definitely want in your cornerElvis Cole, in this novel, is at a turning point in his life. Faced with giving up his private eye practice to be something that, deep down, he may have always wanted to bea husband and fatherCole takes on a case that may make his decision a lot easier. Famous restauranteur Teddy Martin is accused of murdering his wife.
World-famous defense attorney Jonathon Green is his lawyer. New evidence arises that suggests detective Angela Rossi, the arresting officer, may have planted incriminating evidence on Martin. If so, the case against Martin is flimsy at best, and Rossi's career is over. Green hires Cole to investigate the allegations against Rossi, which he does.
His investigation turns up nothing to suggest Rossi's guilt. On the contrary, Rossi is one of the good ones: an exemplary, dedicated by-the-book police officer. When he tells Green the results of his investigation, Cole thinks the matter is done. Then, Green mysteriously uncovers several new witnesses that would confirm Rossi's wrongdoing.
Conveniently, two of these witnesses end up dead, and a third goes missing. Cole knows when he has been used, and he's pissed off, which may be the dumbest thing Jonathon Green has ever done.
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Nov 10, Cathy DuPont rated it really liked it. Elvis Cole is one crackerjack P.
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Pike would make any one just a little cocky. So many things to love about Elvis His black cat for one, the cat who hates everyone except Elvis and Joe. Black cat no name reminds me of my cat. Has that attitude going but Elvis still pampers him and Elvis Cole is one crackerjack P. Has that attitude going but Elvis still pampers him and loves him by giving him Bumble Bee White Tuna, which is his most favorite thing. One of those funny moments in the life of Elvis Cole between his finding the bad guys. Reading the series and this is 6 I believe. Elvis becomes famous in this book with lots of newspaper coverage for his great detective work.
I'm partial, I just like Crais' writing and Elvis but most people would probably give it three stars. That's ok, too. I'm a little partial to Elvis, that's all, and I admit it. You're a private investigator in Los Angeles and one of the most high profile defense lawyers asked you to do some work for you on a case that's in the news almost daily.
What a privilege and a boost to your visibility! You get the job done fast and complete. You make your report. He's gives you another assignment. But when the attorney releases your findings to the press, he reports just the opposite of what you discovered. What's going on here? It's a mystery inside of a mystery for Elvis Cole You're a private investigator in Los Angeles and one of the most high profile defense lawyers asked you to do some work for you on a case that's in the news almost daily.
It's a mystery inside of a mystery for Elvis Cole.
This was my first book by Robert Crais. And even though I kinda figured out what the problem was going to be a rarity for me , I still enjoyed the book and look forward to reading the rest of the series. Sep 24, Bobbi rated it really liked it Shelves: crime-detective. First ending I've read by him where the situation wasn't completely resolved, but it works, it was the right way to end it.
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Mar 17, Jeffrey Hammerhead rated it really liked it Shelves: shamus-winner. Robert Crais won a Shamus for this one. An excellant read.
Jun 14, Tom rated it it was amazing. Well, that was fun. In Louisiana, he met Lucy Chenier, who, along with her young son, is still a part of his life.
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In Los Angeles, high-powered defense attorney Jonathan Green is defending millionaire restauranteur Teddy Martin who is charged with his wife's brutal murder. Elvis' investigation doesn't go the way Green wants it to. In fact, he proves just the opposite.
Angela Rossi seems clean and dedicated to her job and it looks like Martin is guilty. Green thanks Elvis for his work and moves on. But soon it appears that some of the people interviewed by Elvis are unaccountably changing their stories to make it appear that Rossi is untrustworthy and Green's appearances on television news imply that the evidence was planted and that his client has been framed. Meanwhile, Elvis is distracted because Lucy and her son are coming for a visit.