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Robert Crais

Crais' 'THE PROMISE' Starts Slow But Ends Good

Jackie K. Cooper | Posted 11.18.2015 | Books
Jackie K. Cooper

The start of the story is just a little bland. Cole's character doesn't grab you and neither does the plot. The various connecting stories have to gel before you begin to enjoy this story as a whole. By mid-book the reader is beginning to be hooked, and the finale is totally satisfying.

Book Review: The Promise by Robert Crais

Rob Taub | Posted 11.06.2015 | Books
Rob Taub

In The Promise, Elvis Cole has been hired to find Amy Breslyn, and in the second paragraph, with no preamble whatsoever Robert Crais drops us right into the middle of the action where something clearly unsavory is taking place.

Making A Difference: The World of Giving - Authors, Books, Reading and Literacy

Lisa M. Dietlin | Posted 05.11.2015 | Impact
Lisa M. Dietlin

What are you reading? What was the last book you read? These are two of my favorite questions to ask in order to jump start a conversation with an old friend or a new acquaintance.

Terminal City: A Talk with Linda Fairstein

Mark Rubinstein | Posted 08.17.2014 | Books
Mark Rubinstein

Linda Fairstein needs no introduction. For more than two decades, this former prosecutor was Chief of the Sex Crimes Unit of the Manhattan District Attorney's office.

Book Review: Suspect by Robert Crais

Rob Taub | Posted 03.19.2013 | Books
Rob Taub

Suspect, Robert Crais's exceptional new novel, is about a special relationship that leads to mutual resurrection. "This is a story about a man healing a dog and the dog healing the man," said Crais. "It's a two-way street."

Book Review: Taken by Robert Crais

Rob Taub | Posted 03.21.2012 | Books
Rob Taub

I have no criticisms of Robert Crais' writing, other than I wish he could write as fast as I devour his work, which would require him to crank out -- at the very least -- a new book every week.

The Sentry: Robert Crais Strikes Again

Jackie K. Cooper | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Jackie K. Cooper

Crais knows how to make a book suspenseful, entertaining, and compelling reading. A prime example is his latest novel The Sentry. This is Crais at his best.