You'll want to read this book if your a fan of the series. Crais tells us about the young Elvis Cole. The boy and the teen. He tells us what it is like to not know your father, to search for him again and again unsuccessfully, and the fact that it always remains in the back of your mind. All the while, Elvis is again the target of those who are jealous of his successes, a crazed serial killer, vengeful police, a detective who loves him, and the woman he loves.
Got off a little slow , but finished fast.
I usually love his books, but this was not his best effort.
This story was good but not the best that I've read from Robert Crais. The tie in from the introduction & the main story was slow in coming together & I didn't care for the ending either. It did hold my interest throughout wasn't boring or anything like that but I kept waiting for that missing piece that would bring it all together which didn't come until the very very last and left me with an unsatisfied feeling. I'd have to say that this is my least favorite of the Crais novels I've read so far.
I like Crais' books but I didn't like this one as much as most of his other ones
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