Free Fall

Free Fall

Book - 1993
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Elvis lives . . . Elvis Cole, that is, the hottest, hippest L.A. gumshoe detective from award-winning author Robert Crais. In a roller-coaster of excitement and mystery, a dirty cop's girlfriend hires Cole to get the goods on the cop. However, the cop swears he's clean--merely cheating on the girlfriend. Crais's smart-mouthing detective rivals the best in the genre.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, c1993.
ISBN: 9780553092424
Branch Call Number: M/CRAI
Characteristics: 280 p. ; 24 cm.


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Nov 04, 2020

I've become a big Robert Crais fan. While this isn't his best IMO, put that in the context that he has set his own bar pretty high. This is still a very entertaining read and I'll continue reading his subsequent novels. If I could have given it 4.2 stars, I would have.

Jun 05, 2019

Not my favorite thus far but still a decent read. I like the Cole/Pike dynamic and the story lines that include them both is when the read is at its best. What drags it down, though, are the page length descriptions of offices, scenery, neighborhoods, homes, etc. that are mostly irrelevant to the story itself. Feels more like "filler" to me. Also, his attempts to make Cole quick witted and funny do wear on the read after a while. Boring and who cares?? That being just IMHO.

Mar 12, 2019

usual American chitty chitty bang bang quick read. If you like that genre, you will probably like it. If not, you won't

Dec 17, 2018

Another winner, Cole is another version of Bosch on the LA cop literary scene, both are worthwhile.

Feb 03, 2014

Starts a little slow, but picks up speed and finishes good.


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