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Robert Crais
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"The longer I looked at Garrett Rice, the more I wanted to cover my face with a handkerchief and fog the air with Lysol" (Chapter 3, pg. 16.)

"I woke just before nine the next morning and caught the tail end of Sesame Street. Today's episode was brought to you by the letter D. For Depressed Detective" (Chapter 6, pg. 30.)

"Lou Poitras has a face like a frying pan and a back as wide as a Coupe de Ville. Hi arms are so swollen from weights he pumps they look like fourteen pound hams squeezed into his sleeves" (Chapter 9, pg. 47.)

"We sat down and ate, Carrie with the book beside her on the table. Her last meal believing her daddy was alive, could walk in the door and make it better" (Chapter 11, pg. 63.)

"He rarely takes the glasses off. He never smiles. He never laughs. I've known Joe Pike since 1973 and...

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