- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 9 hours and 48 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: March 15, 2010
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003CHRJ20
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Voodoo River: An Elvis Cole - Joe Pike Novel, Book 5 Audible – Unabridged
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I didnt realise the book was several years old but its timeless in its compelling storyline. It mixes hollywood with the fascinating world of bayous and Louisiana culture. A search for a woman's past leads the detective into all sorts of trouble.
Absolutely one of the best mysteries I read in a long time.
Im a norterner who loves the south and this book is very southern fried. Realistic in its ambience. I simply loved it!!!
The plot of any Crais novel is almost unnecessary, though, since the writing is so good and so enjoyable. That's not to say that the plots are not well crafted and exciting; they are. Crais is a gifted writer, and his creation of Elvis Cole (along with the tight-lipped Joe Pike) is an engaging and thoroughly entertaining character. What sets "Voodoo River" apart from the previous series entries ("The Monkey's Raincoat," "Stalking the Angel," "Lullaby Town," and "Free Fall," in that order) is that Cole is both at his most personable and most vulnerable here, largely due to the introduction of Lucy, a Louisiana attorney in whom Elvis develops a romantic interest. As always, Joe Pike and Elvis's cat are along for the ride and add color, but this entry into the series thrives on how personal it gets. A great deal of the power of the book comes from the issue of adoption, one Crais has taken from his own life. The actress's motive for seeking information is not that she has an insatiable, talk-show desire to learn about her "real" family. Rather, she needs medical information. With so many adopted children, that's the way it is--they're happy with their adoptive families and consider them in every respect their "real" families.Read more ›
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Always a good read. Jay Fitzpatrick, Author of "Fear Itself" and "Best Served Icy"Published 1 month ago by Jason
I was on a mystery message board 15 or so years ago when some of the regulars started reading the Elvis Cole and Joe Pike mysteries by Robert Crais. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Baker - Carstairs Considers
Why disappointed? Because there are only 11 in the Elvis Cole series, and I just finished #5. I have been enamored with the Jack Reacher series by Lee Childs, and find myself... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cloudwalker
His stuff is consistently top notch. My two favorite series used to be Jack Reacher and Cole/Pike. Reacher seems to have gotten stale while Elvis and Joe keep chugging along at a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer