They were each other's last chance - investigating a case no one wants... A brilliant thriller from the SUNDAY TIMES bestselling author of the Elvis Cole and Joe Pike novels.
Robert Crais is the author of the SUNDAY TIMES bestselling Elvis Cole and Joe Pike novels. Crais began a successful career in television in the 1970s, writing scripts for such major series as Cagney and Lacey, Miami Vice and Hill Street Blues. In addition to the Cole and Pike novels, he has also written several bestselling standalone thrillers. Crais lives in Los Angeles with his wife and family. Find out more at www.robertcrais.com.
Not only exciting but also deeply moving * SUNDAY TELEGRAPH *
A heart-tugging novel. Maggie holds us captive, enthralled by Crais' perceptive depiction of her amazing capacities * NEW YORK TIMES *
SUSPECT is an intense, fast-paced and thrilling page turner. Crais is winning raves * CNN *
A touching relationship between man and dog * THE SUN *
Robert Crais is, without question, one of the very best mystery writers of all time. And in Elvis Cole and Joe Pike he has created two of the most iconic figures in any genre -- David Baldacci
Robert Crais is hands-down the World's Greatest Crime Fiction Writer, and that's no joke * HUFFINGTON POST *
Anyone who reads 20 pages of this gripping and heartrending thriller will devoutly pray that SUSPECT is the beginning of a new series * BOOKLIST *
Moving and thrilling . . . Man and dog make an unforgettable team you'll cheer on * EVENING TELEGRAPH *
Maggie is one gorgeous girl, altogether worthy of playing a leading role in SUSPECT, Robert Crais's heart-tugging novel about two wounded war veterans who nudge each other back to life after suffering a traumatic loss . . . [Maggie] holds us captive, enthralled by Crais's perceptive depiction of her amazing capabilities. * NEW YORK TIMES *
Not only exciting but also deeply moving. * SUNDAY TELEGRAPH *
Thoroughly involving and skillfully presented . . . A
read-in-one-sitting thriller, plot- and character-driven
in equal measures