A Dangerous Man

A Dangerous Man

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 men are arrested. But instead of putting the drama to rest, the arrests are only the beginning of the trouble for Joe and Izzy.

After posting bail, the two abductors are murdered and Izzy disappears. Pike calls on his friend, Elvis Cole, to help learn the truth. What Elvis uncovers is a twisted family story that involves corporate whistleblowing, huge amounts of cash, the Witness Relocation Program, and a long line of lies. But what of all that did Izzy know? Is she a perpetrator or a victim? And how far will Joe go to find out?

Title:A Dangerous Man
Edition Language:English
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    A Dangerous Man Reviews

  • Paromjit

    Robert Crais's fabulous crime thriller series set in Southern California and Los Angeles, featuring the well established duo of the strong, silent and dangerous Joe Pike with his military background a...

  • carol.

    Here's the scoop: A Dangerous Man is distressingly like Taken (Cole/Pike book #15) (as an aside, you know how many books have the title 'Taken'? It's kind of creepy. I bet most of the 'taken' are fema...

  • Tim

    Absolutely fabulous! 10 of 10 stars!...

  • Manuel Antão

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review.Non-Over-Wrought Fiction: "A Dangerous Man" by Robert CraisCrime can be just as much 'literary' fiction as anything else. Granted that much...

  • Sandy

    Honestly, this series is so damn addictive. Anyhoo, there's already a shwack of reviews so all I'll say is it delivers exactly what you expect....Crais's stylish prose & a white knuckle ride courtesy ...

  • Jeff Dickison

    The usual very good book by Crais. This story belongs to Joe more than it does to Elvis. Joe stops a young woman from being kidnapped, but two days later she goes off the grid. He quickly realizes she...

  • Andrew Smith

    I think this is the fifth or sixth Elvis Cole/Joe Pike novel Ive read. Im jumping around the series in pretty random order (Ive read the first, the most recent and a few in between) and enjoyed them e...

  • Scott

    Pike wasn't looking to save someone's life on the day he left the bank . . . -- page 33Another in the long and excellently dependable line - averaging one about every other year since 1987 - of Crais'...

  • Richard

    7.5/10This is only my second book in this series so I'm definitely approaching things from the wrong end, but by no means do I think that hindered my enjoyment of it and I never felt like I was missin...

  • Kathleen

    This is Crais 7th offering featuring Joe Pike, and the 18th featuring Elvis Cole. Joe proves to be a very dangerous man indeed. He just happened to be in the right place at the right time when Isabel ...