A Dangerous Man (Elvis Cole #18; Joe Pike #7) by Robert Crais

A Dangerous Man (Elvis Cole #18; Joe Pike #7)

A brilliant new crime novel from the beloved, bestselling, and award-winning master of the genre--and Joe Pike's most perilous case to date.Joe Pike didn't expect to rescue a woman that day. He went to the bank same as anyone goes to the bank, and returned to his Jeep. So when Isabel Roland, the lonely young teller who helped him, steps out of the bank on her way to lunch, Joe is on hand when two men abduct her. Joe chases them down, and the two ...

Details A Dangerous Man (Elvis Cole #18; Joe Pike #7)

TitleA Dangerous Man (Elvis Cole #18; Joe Pike #7)
Release DateJul 18th, 2019
PublisherG.P. Putnam's Sons
GenreMystery, Fiction, Thriller, Mystery Thriller

Reviews A Dangerous Man (Elvis Cole #18; Joe Pike #7)

  • Stephanie
    AsI have stated before, I have been a diehard fan of Robert Crais/Elvis Cole/Joe Pike for THIRTY YEARS. Seriously, when The Monkey’s Raincoat was published in 1987, I was working in a public library, grabbed it as soon as it came in, and was HOOKED. Since then, this has been one of the most reliable series in the mystery genre – consistent as in “OMG, has a new book coming out! YAY!” So I was happy to receive a copy of The Wanted from Pen...
  • Robin
    This series never disappoints.
  • Joanne Chase
    Joe Pike teams up once again with Elvis Cole. Young Isabel Roland works as a bank teller. Pike walks in to do a transaction right before lunchtime, and on his way back to his car, he witnesses two men kidnapping her as she leaves the bank for lunch. Pike chases them down, saves Isabel, and the two are arrested. But it’s not over yet. The suspects make bail, are murdered shortly after, and Isabel has disappeared. Elvis Cole assists in investigat...
  • Amanda Joyce
    This was my first Robert Crais novel. I could definitely see this being a TV series -- or movie. To me, there was nothing particularly ground-breaking or suspenseful here. The novel dives right in to the action. The settings and sequences are well done, but I didn't feel like I had any particular stake in the characters. So, I didn't really care about the outcome. For me, this was a bit of a mindless airplane read, thus my two-star rating.
  • Evelyn
    Leaving the bank, Joe Pike thwarts the abduction of the bank teller who just helped him. But when the perps are released on bail then killed execution style, he becomes a prime suspect and asks PI Elvis Cole for help.This series never disappoints! Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an early copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
  • Joanne
    I haven't missed a Robert Crais book ever. Add this one to the list of blockbusters! I even read it in less than 24 hours, something I almost never do. This time round Elvis and Joe find themselves involved in a kidnapping. Will they protect the innocent victim? Uh, duh! Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.
  • Frank
    all these books are excellent
  • Susan W
    Thank you netgalley. Excellent read