Sunset Express: An Elvis Cole Novel Setting & Symbolism

Robert Crais
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Murder Weapon

Angela Rossi finds a ball peen hammer in some vegetation beside Teddy Martin's fence when she goes to inform him of his wife's murder. It is later suggested that Rossi planted this hammer in order to advance in her career.

Counterfeit Money

LeCedrick Earle claims that Angela Rossi planted counterfeit money on him in order to make a solid arrest against him. These claims are repeatedly denied by LeCedrick's own mother.

Map of Martin Home

Elvis discovers a hand drawn map of Teddy Martin's home as well as photographs of Susan Martin at the home of Elton Richards. This evidence appears to confirm Teddy's claim that Susan was kidnapped, but Elvis is later able to prove the evidence was planted at Jonathan Green's request in order to create a situation in which his client could get bail.

Client Contracts

Elvis forces an ex-employee of Green's to...

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