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Stalking the Angel by Robert Crais
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May 12, 10

bookshelves: 2010, private_investigator, mystery
Read in May, 2010

Elvis Cole is an interesting guy. He’s a pretty good private detective in the classic mold, but his clients tend to think he’s a little weird. Especially when they find him in his office, standing on his head. Surrounded by Disney figurines. Elvis also has a soft spot for children in trouble, and that’s what pulls him back to this case, even after being fired. Soon, it’s not about finding the Hagakure, it’s about finding his client’s daughter, Mimi. There’s a lot more going on here than a missing book, and it gets difficult to figure out who is on whose side, and who is telling the truth. Elvis is a smart-ass, and he’s found his perfect partner in Joe Pike, who probably says less than 50 words in the entire book. He may not say much, but he’s always there when Elvis needs him.
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