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The Forgotten Man

by Robert Crais

The Forgotten Man by Robert Crais
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    Feb 2005, 352 pages
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    Jan 2006, 368 pages

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Before Crais published his first standalone thriller, Demolition Angel, in 2000, followed by Hostage in 2001, he wrote a series of eight books featuring Elvis Cole, a 'sensitive and wisecracking collector of Disneyana' and his 'heavy-artillery partner, Joe Pike', set in the seamy streets of Los Angeles. In 2003 he returned to the series with The Last Detective. The Forgotten Man is the 10th in the series.

  • The Monkey's Raincoat (1987)
  • Stalking the Angel (1989)
  • Lullaby Town (1992)
  • Free Fall (1993)
  • Voodoo River (1995)
  • Sunset Express (1996)
  • Indigo Slam (1997)
  • L. A. Requiem (1999)
  • The Last Detective (2003)
  • The Forgotten Man (2004)
Coming SoonThe Two Minute Rule (a stand-alone novel) will be published next week in hardcover - see last week's Preview issue for more on this.

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