Sunset Express

Sunset Express

An Elvis Cole Novel

eBook - 1996
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When a wealthy entrepreneur is accused of murder in Los Angeles, wisecracking private eye Elvis Cole is hired to prove that the evidence was corrupted and becomes suspicious about the defense attorney's motivations.
Prominent restaurateur Teddy Martin is facing charges in his wife's brutal murder. But he's not going down without spending a bundle of cash on his defense. So his hotshot attorney hires P.I. Elvis Cole to find proof that Detective Angela Rossi tampered with the evidence.

Detective Rossi needs a way back to the fast track after falling hard during an internal investigation five years ago. But Cole needs to know if she's desperate enough to falsify the case against Martin in order to secure her own position.

As Cole and his partner Joe Pike work their way through a tangle of witnesses and an even greater tangle of media, they begin to suspect that it's not the police who are behind the setup.

The sixth book in the Elvis Cole series, Sunset Express is marked by Robert Crais's dark humor and edge-of-your-seat suspense.

Baker & Taylor
When a wealthy entrepreneur is accused of murdering his girlfriend in Los Angeles, wisecracking private eye Elvis Cole is hired to prove that the evidence was tampered with and becomes suspicious about the defense attorney's motivations. Tour.

Publisher: New York : Hyperion, [1996]
Copyright Date: ©1996
ISBN: 9780316375429
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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Dreamstime
Apr 02, 2018

Half romance novel and half thriller. Got a little tired of Elvis’s googley-eyes. I found his love interest distracting.

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savarozsnyai
Sep 06, 2016

This book keeps you thinking to the last minute of what might happen. Once you get this book, you can't put it down!

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GordieB
Jul 22, 2011

good read

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Cindis
May 07, 2011

This was a great read as are most of the Elvis Cole/Joe Pike novels that I've read. It has some great insights into the "justice system" and how it works or doesn't depending on your perspective.It might cause some people to re-think their beliefs in the US Justice System. Anyone who's ever been caught up in the "wheels of justice" knows what I mean. That said I enjoyed the ride and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys this genre. Robert Crais is a great writer and I intend to read all his books so far I've not been disappointed!

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rahmmie
Feb 13, 2011

Good writing, fast-paced, really entertaining. I personally did not like the ending but the rest of the book was very good

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"Can't put it down until I finish it"

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