L.A. Requiem Topics for Discussion

Robert Crais
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Who is the greater villain in the novel, Laurence Sobek or Harvey Krantz?

What role does the city of Los Angeles play in this novel? How would the novel be different if it were set in a different city?

Is love too powerful to fight? Can a person fight the pull of love?

A requiem is a prayer, service, or song performed at a funeral, on behalf of the souls of the departed. How is this novel a requiem? Does this novel deal more in death or in life?

Does Elvis Cole make the right decision when he chooses to defend Pike over protecting Lucy?

If the villain is behind bars, does it matter if the detective who put him there did it for selfish or selfless reasons? Does motive matter?

After he kills Sobek and runs from the police, does Joe Pike deserve redemption?

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