Robert Crais Writing Styles in Stalking the Angel

Robert Crais
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Point of View

The story is told from the first person point of view. The entire novel is written with the intent of the reader remaining close to the main character, Elvis Cole. Not much is told about Cole's life before or even during the span of the story, so it is important that we get to know him through the current occurrences. Cole's story is told through quotes in conversation and interaction with others as well as private thoughts in Cole's mind.

Cole is very humorous and sarcastic and the reader receives the full effect of his sly charm through his direct quotes. Cole's point of view is also unique and useful because he is a private detective and observes every detail around him; therefore, the reader is able to paint a picture of all of Cole's surroundings and the characters he encounters.

Setting

The novel is set...

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