A Dangerous Man Robert Crais

A Dangerous Man by Robert Crais: A Dangerous Man by Robert Crais is all about the dark aspects of the modern world. Crimes are the dark and heinous part of the human life.The criminals have discovered and invented new methods and ways to commit the most heinous crimes. These criminals are dealt with different methods by the law abiding forces and other agencies. There are many agencies working in the different countries to tackle these criminals and to bring to them to the law and court.A Dangerous Man Robert Crais is surely one of the best novel in the action packed series.

The word crime is hated most in the world but at the same time, people are bending to the crimes as it ensures the power and money in the shortest manner.The dreams of becoming powerful and wealthy overnight attracts the souls to wander in this field and do whatever they think it right to do.A Dangerous Man by Robert Crais is one of such novel that tells the horrible story of the crimes who has been raised to life with the help of law enforcement agencies.A Dangerous Man Robert Crais describes the emotion related to human beings.

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Elvis Cole and Joe Pike series comes a thrilling novel featuring LAPD K-9 Officer Scott James and his German shepherd, Maggie.

Joe Pike had not anticipated rescuing a woman on that particular day.He went to the bank like any other person and then returned to his Jeep.As a result, when Isabel Roland, the lonely young teller who assisted him, walks out of the bank on her way to lunch, Joe is there to aid her when she is kidnapped by two guys.
Joe pursues them and apprehends the two guys.But, rather than putting the drama to rest, the arrests are simply the beginning of Joe and Izzy’s problems.

The two abductors are murdered after posting bail, and Izzy vanishes.Elvis Cole, a buddy of Pike’s, is enlisted to assist him in discovering the truth.Elvis uncovers a complicated family saga involving corporate whistle blowers, large sums of money, the Witness Relocation Program, and a long history of deception. But what did Izzy know about it all?Is she a victim or a perpetrator?And how far will Joe go to discover the truth?

A Dangerous Man Robert Crais

Unfortunately, the triumph is short-lived, as Isabel is kidnapped again, this time before Joe can intervene, causing him to seek assistance from his old friend and sometimes coworker Elvis Cole.But as the two investigate, they discover that they have more questions than answers—and as bodies pile up around them, it becomes clear that whatever Joe stepped into that day at the bank is far worse than either could have imagined… and the only way to put the mess behind them is to shoot their way out once and for all.

A Dangerous Man Robert Crais

When Isabel is kidnapped for the second time, Joe feels obligated to find her. He enlists the services of Elvis Cole, a longtime buddy and private eye, whose laconic demeanor and quick humor provide a welcome contrast to Joe’s gruff demeanor. As they look for answers, more bodies start to pile up, and the guys begin to question how innocent this bank teller is. The tale gets complex as the suspense develops, as it is told from the perspectives of Joe, Elvis, and numerous crooks. With Joe supplying the action and Elvis offering the insight, Crais never loses control of his clean, crisp writing or his ability to sketch completely realized people in a few moments.

Truths I Never Told You by Kelly Rimmer is very interesting novel.

Crais makes Joe Pike the protagonist here, like he did in his previous works The Watchman and The First Rule, in a way that seems both weirdly invigorating and warmly familiar. Crais alternates narrating the tale from Elvis Cole’s and Pike’s points of view, as well as a few others (including the bad guys), meticulously structuring his plot in such a manner that it suckles readers in early and demands their attention throughout. The tempo is consistent, beginning with a burst of action then gradually easing back to allow the plot to emerge.Crais doesn’t let up until it begins, and while readers may have guessed how previous volumes in the series would conclude before they got there, this one defies prediction.

A Dangerous Man Robert Crais

Crais opens the narrative with deceptive simplicity, but builds the suspense and action with surgical precision as the novel progresses. The moments in which Joe saves Isabel from her kidnappers and the final shoot-out between a colourful cast of hit men, cops, and US Marshals rank among Crais’s legendary criminal oeuvre’s high points. So, who is the “dangerous guy” mentioned in the title of the book? Who better than the stoic Joe Pike to demonstrate why the type of threat he carries is just out of this world?
This one will undoubtedly become a best-seller.

The Things We Cannot Say by Kelly Rimmer is quite amazing novel.

Crais expertly combines several perspectives once again in “A Dangerous Man .” We get to spend time with Elvis and his first-person point of view, but we also get to follow Scott and experience the world through Maggie’s eyes and nose once more. The fact that some of my favorite chapters in a crime novel are written from the perspective of a dog speaks much about Crais’ talent as a writer and his understanding of canines.

It doesn’t take Cole long to figure out that Tyson and his gang have been committing a series of high-end burglaries. In reality, Tyson has been involved in over a dozen robberies with two accomplices. They even got off with $8,000 worth of items from one house at one point, a fortuitous win that left them with more cash than they knew what to do with.However, the kids’ luck ran out when they mistakenly took the incorrect item from a violent man.

In his 21st book, Los Angeles ace Crais (The Promise, 2015, etc.) extends his streak of sharp, enjoyable thrillers.

But, as already stated, they are minor quibbles. A Dangerous Man is a tense, emotionally gratifying thriller that introduces us to one of crime fiction’s most intriguing pairings.
It is hoped Scott James and Maggie will work together again soon.

About the Writer:

Robert Crais was born in 1953 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He was trained as a mechanical engineer before pursuing his dream of becoming a writer. In 1976 he went to Hollywood and began writing scripts for such television series as Miami Vice and Cagney and Lacey. He received an Emmy nomination for his work on Hill Street Blues. He is the author of the Elvis Cole series and the Joe Pike series. The Monkey’s Raincoat won the Anthony and Macavity Awards in 1988. In 2005, his novel Hostage was adapted into a movie starring Bruce Willis. He is the 2006 recipient of the Ross Macdonald Literary Award. His novel, The Promise, made the New York Times bestseller list in 2015.

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