Free Fall by Robert Crais
(Elvis Cole/Joe Pike Series)

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Private detective Elvis Cole takes Jennifer Sheridan's case, which involves her decorated Los Angeles-cop boyfriend in some mysterious trouble, and Cole and his partner Pike are soon plunged in police corruption, gangs, and the depiction of themselves as armed killers.


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About Robert Crais

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Robert Crais is the author of many New York Times bestsellers, most recently The First Rule, The Sentry, and the #1 bestseller Taken. He lives in Los Angeles.
 
Published May 4, 2011 by Crimeline. 301 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Elvis Cole (Lullaby Town, 1992, etc.)--and in no time at all Cole has linked the five-man REACT team's fatal beating of drug suspect Charles Lewis Washington to Akeem D'Muere's Eight-Deuce Gang's determined attempt to stomp competing drug retailers.

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L.A. detective Elvis Cole aids a woman distressed by her fiance's involvement in illicit police work in this Edgar nominee. (May)

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Narrator-PI Elvis Cole (last seen in Lullaby Town ) is back, wisecracking but caring and the very model of a modern L.A.

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Crais's old fashioned detective tale centers on investigators Elvis Cole and Joe Pike as they attempt to uncover a plot against a decorated L.A.

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