Robert crais suspect

We have had dogs who were almost beaten to death, or starved past saving, or so injured as to require months of daily care. Robert Crais is the author of the best-selling Elvis Cole novels. That poor animal is unfit for this job, and I suspect the same about him. This is going to be one that I re-read. Like Maggie, Scott also lost his partner to violence and 9 months Way to make me tear up in the prologue.

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Heal, Dog, Heal!: Robert Crais’s “Suspect” - Los Angeles Review of Books

Way to make robet tear up in the prologue. View all 12 comments. Some folks just can't get past their negative outlooks and see the positive. The characters and police behaviour are quite believable, and the cop is heroic and is on a mission to solve the puzzle, and to save himself from his earlier mistakes.

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I was so emotionally invested in this story. Scott craiss a good character, but honestly, I needed more of his inner world. That aspect of Maggie in the frontlines with her handler just about tore my heart out.

Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Ships from and sold by 4SnowsBooks. Leland's take on Scott and Maggie is telling: Leland for his part, thinks Scott should have retired and sees this as a way to kill two birds with one stone.

Scott and Maggie especially Maggie are great characters that I instantly warmed to and I'm really hoping the author writes many more books about them.


He was basically a wild card. Dean Koontz would love this book. David Baldacci has written dozens also of various series, my favorite being the camel club. Okay — overreaction — I really need to grow up. I was surprised at the culprits and the look Ta police corruption is sobering. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. But that ain't how he wrote it. robfrt

Robert Crais: SUSPECT

Dogs were not literally domesticated, as were cattle and horses. He chalks this up to a feeling of disloyalty and yet he has always been interested in the dog-man relationship.

This book is a major positive; I highly, highly recommend it, in case that didn't come through in my review. Other books in the series. I absolutely loved this ctais.

robfrt The part where Scott breaks down and cry and hugs Maggie is simply heartbreaking. It also made me think of my relationship with my dogs all the more. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. I read it too fast and now must wait forever for a new book.

There was a problem filtering reviews right now. However, when about two pages from the end, I find myself with big tears in my eyes and I let go of them and they just fell down on my cheeks. Oct 25, Anna Erishkigal rated it it was amazing Shelves: Finally the men are able to get Maggie into the helicopter suspec tell the pilot: Such an ronert and easy read and one that you just do not want to put down.

I liked Maggie and Scott so much though that I just went along for the ride.