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Sunset Express: An Elvis Cole Novel [Mass Market Paperback]

Robert Crais
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The sky above the San Fernando Valley that Saturday morning was a deep blue, washed clean of the dirt and chemical particulates that typically color L.A. air by a breeze that burbled out of the San Gabriel Mountains and over the flat valley floor and across the high ridge of the Santa Monica Mountains. Read the first page
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