Meet Elvis Cole. Vietnam veteran. Private eye. He quotes Jiminy Cricket. He carries a .38. He's lean and mean but toves food and is determines not to grow up. Fifteen year old Teri Hewitt has been left holding the babies now that her dad, Clark, has disappeared without trace. She wants Elvis to find him. It should be a job for the social services ...
Meet Elvis Cole. Vietnam veteran. Private eye. He quotes Jiminy Cricket. He carries a .38. He's lean and mean but toves food and is determines not to grow up. Fifteen year old Teri Hewitt has been left holding the babies now that her dad, Clark, has disappeared without trace. She wants Elvis to find him. It should be a job for the social services but, as ever, Elvis can't say no. the search for Clark reveals a chronically unemployed drug addict caught up in counterfeiting scams and mixed up with the russian Mafia and Vietnamese gunmen. Cole is led to Seattle while his partner, the dangerous Joe Pike is left behind in L.A. as babysitter-not something he relishes. As the action heads towards a gunfight in Disneyland and Cole dodges his almost-girlfriend's husband, Indigo Slam shapes up into the most entertaining, exciting crime novel for years.
Fine in Fine jacket. Signed by Author First edition, first printing, hardcover. 288 pages. Fine with tail of spine bumped, in a fine, mylar-protected dust jacket. The seventh mystery featuring Los Angeles Private investigator Elvis Cole, who searchs for the father of fifteen-year-old Teri Hewitt. SIGNED (signature only) by author on title page.
Fine in fine dust jacket. 1997. Hardback. Fine. First Edition. First Print. Book Seven in the Elvis Cole / Joe Pike series. Shamus Award nominee. Dust jacket is protected with a Mylar cover. Books are packed and shipped in boxes.
Cloth. Very Good/Poor. Signed by Author. 64mo-up to 3" tall. Used hard cover, First Edition, inscribed by author, collectable, dust jacket in protective brodart cover, 288 pages. As Elvis investigates the dissappearance of Clark Hewitt, he realizes that Hewitt was not only a dad but a master counterfeiter. The clues soon send Elvis to Hewitt's hometown where he learns more about the elusive deadbeat dad.
Fine in Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed By Author Bound in blue cloth and green boards, stamped in green with matching dust jacket. A tight, clean copy of this mystery. Signed on the title page by Mr. Crais. 288 pp.
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