Hired to uncover the past of Jodi Taylor, an actress in a hit TV show, Elvis leaves his native Los Angeles to head for Louisiana in search of Jodi's biological parents.
But before he can tackle the mystery of Jodi's background, he is up against a whole host of eccentrics, including a crazed Raid-spraying housewife, a Cajun thug who looks like he's been made out of spare parts and a menacing hundred-year-old river turtle named Luther.
As Elvis learns about the enigmatic actress' origins, he also discovers the real reason he's been sent to Louisiana....
©2008 Robert Crais (P)2008 Brilliance Audio
i have previously heard Robert Crais books narrated by William Roberts & found his voice and reading far more engaging & stimulating to the imaginaton. In this reading, Cole & Pike's characters were flat. ...uninteresting. Elvis' cheeky wit never came alive under Mr Foster's narrative. I will not listen to another Robert Crais novel narrated by Mel Foster
"Good book shame about the reading"
I really enjoyed the pace of this book but it was spoilt be the very flat reading. It could have which more enjoyable if the reader had put more life into his performance.
"Best Elvis and Joe book yet"
I love these characters and this book served to remind me how great they are!
Elvis and Joe are both the best
When the plans all started to fall apart
A great read
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