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Robert Crais fait preuve d'un grand talent en alliant une parfaite maîtrise du suspens, un récit à plusieurs voix, souvent drôle malgré la noirceur de l'intrigue, des héros attachants, troublants mais jamais manichéens – notamment le personnage de Joe Pike, poursuivi par les démons de son passé. Un thriller d'une belle intensité dramatique ! --Claude Mesplède --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Another great hard boiled thriller by Crais. Pike and Cole are a well- balanced team and this story does a good job of blending action with background and character development.Published 7 months ago by Jenifer Mohammed, Author of Resurrecting Cybele
I have yet to read a Robert Crais book that I didn't love. I want more!! (no pressure)Published 8 months ago by Janice Mitchell
This was my first Elvis Cole book. Wow. Others have done a fine job of describing the story line for LA Requiem, and there's nothing more I can add to what's been said that will... Read morePublished on March 3 2004 by Gabby Hayze
There is a lot to like about this book, and it is certainly better than most. But something about Crais' voice occasionally doesn't ring quite true, and keeps him from being one... Read morePublished on March 2 2004 by "ake465"
I've read all of Robert Crais' work in the last few months, but had put off reading L. A. Requiem and The Last Detective because I knew the relationship between Lucy and Cole was... Read morePublished on Jan. 19 2004
If a book can be beautiful then L.A. Requiem is it. Mr. Crais uses a murdering spee in L.A. as a backdrop to the inner workings of Joe Pike. Read morePublished on Aug. 21 2003 by Kim Waltman