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Suspect par [Crais, Robert]
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Normal0falsefalsefalseMicrosoftInternetExplorer4st1:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) }/* Style Definitions */table.MsoNormalTable{mso-style-name:"Table Normal";mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0;mso-tstyle-colband-size:0;mso-style-noshow:yes;mso-style-parent:"";mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt;mso-para-margin:0in;mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt;mso-pagination:widow-orphan;font-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Times New Roman";mso-ansi-language:#0400;mso-fareast-language:#0400;mso-bidi-language:#0400;}They were on that particular street at that specific T intersection at that crazy hour because Scott James was hungry. Stephanie shut off their patrol car to please him. They could have been anywhere else, but he led her there, that night, to that silent intersection. It was so quiet that night, they spoke of it.Unnaturally quiet.*Stephanie frowned.“You sure you know where you’re going?”“I know where I’m going. Just hang on.”Scott was trying to find an all-night noodle house that a Rampart burglary detective had raved about, one of those pop-up places that takes over an empty storefront for a couple months, hypes itself on Twitter, then disappears.Scott was trying to figure out how he had screwed up the directions when he suddenly heard it.“Listen.”“What?”“Shh, listen. Turn off the engine.”“You have no idea where this place is, do you?”“You have to hear this. Listen.”Uniformed LAPD officer Stephanie Andress, a P-III with eleven years on the job, shifted into park, turned off their Adam car, and stared at him. She had a fine tan face, with lines at the corners of her eyes, and short sandy hair.Scott James, a thirty-two-year-old P-II with six years on the job, grinned as he touched his ear, telling her to listen. Stephanie seemed lost for a moment, then blossomed with a wide smile.“It’s quiet.”“Crazy, huh? No radio calls. No chatter. I can’t even hear the freeway.”Stephanie reached to start the car, but Scott stopped her.“Let’s sit for a minute. How many times you hear silence like this?”“Never. This is so cool, it’s creeping me out.”“Don’t worry. I’ll protect you.”Stephanie laughed, and Scott loved how the streetlights gleamed in her eyes. He wanted to touch her hand, but didn’t. They had been partners for seven months, but now Scott was leaving, and there were things he wanted to say.“You’ve been a good partner.”“Are you going to get all gooey on me?”“Yeah. Kinda.”“Okay, well, I’m going to miss you.”“I’m going to miss you more.”Their little joke. Everything a competition, even to who would miss the other the most. He wanted to touch her hand again, but then she reached out and took his hand in hers, and gave him a squeeze.“No, you’re not. You’re going to kick ass, take names, and have a blast. It’s what you want, man, and I couldn’t be happier. You’re a stud.”Scott laughed. He had played football for two years at the University of Redlands before blowing his knee, then spent four years as an MP in the United States Marine Corps. He joined LAPD after the Marines, and took night classes for the next four years to finish his degree. Scott James had goals. He was young, determined, and competitive, and wanted to run with the big dogs. He had been accepted into LAPD’s Metro Division, the elite uniformed division that backed up area-based officers throughout the city. Scott’s transfer to Metro would come at the end of the week.Stephanie was still holding his hand, and Scott was wondering what she meant by it when an enormous Bentley sedan appeared at the end of the street, as out of place in this neighborhood as a flying carpet.At the moment the Bentley reached the intersecting street, a deep throaty growl shattered the perfect silence, and a black Kenworth truck exploded from the cross street. It T-boned the Bentley so hard the seven-thousand-pound sedan rolled completely over and came to rest right side up on the opposite side of the street. The Kenworth skidded sideways, and stopped blocking the street.Stephanie said, “Holy crap!”Scott slapped on their flashers, and pushed out of the car. He was three paces ahead, and closer to the Bentley.“I got the Batmobile. You get the truck.”Stephanie broke into a trot, and the two veered apart. No one and nothing else moved on the street except steam hissing from beneath the Bentley’s hood.They had gone less than a car length when bright yellow bursts flashed within the truck, and a hammering chatter echoed between the buildings.Scott thought something was exploding within the truck’s cab, then bullets ripped into their patrol car and the Bentley with the thunder of steel rain. Scott instinctively jumped sideways as Stephanie went down. She screamed once, and wrapped her arms across her chest.“I’m shot. Oh, crap—”Scott dropped to the ground and covered his head. Bullets sparked off the concrete around him and gouged ruts in the street.Move. Do something.Scott rolled sideways, drew his pistol, and fired at the flashes as fast as he could. He pushed to his feet, and zigzagged toward his partner as an older, dark gray sedan screamed down the street. It screeched to a stop beside the Bentley, but Scott barely saw it. He fired blindly at the truck as he ran, and zigged hard toward his partner.Stephanie was clutching herself as if doing stomach crunches. Scott grabbed her arm. He realized the men in the truck had stopped firing and thought he and Stephanie might make it even as she screamed.Three men wearing black masks and bulky jackets boiled out of the sedan with pistols and shotguns, and lit up the Bentley, shattering the glass and punching holes in its body. As they fired, two more masked men climbed from the truck with AK-47 rifles.Scott dragged Stephanie toward their black-and-white, slipped in her blood, then started backward again.The first man out of the truck was tall and thin, and immediately opened fire into the Bentley’s windshield. The second man was thick, with a large gut that bulged out over his belt. He turned away from the Bentley, swung his rifle toward Scott, and the AK-47 bloomed with yellow flowers.Something punched Scott hard in the thigh, and he lost his grip on Stephanie and his pistol. He sat down hard, looked at his thigh, and saw blood welling from his leg. Scott picked up his pistol, fired two more shots, and his pistol locked open. Empty. He pushed to his knees, and took Stephanie’s arm again.“I’m dying."”Scott said, “No, you’re not. I swear to God, you’re not.”A second bullet slammed into the top of his shoulder, knocking him down. Scott lost Stephanie and his pistol again, and his left arm went numb.The big man must have thought Scott was done. He turned to his friends, and when he did, Scott left Stephanie, and pushed toward their patrol car like a broken crab, dragging his useless leg and pushing with his good. The car was their only cover. If he made it to the car, he could use it as a weapon or a shield.Scott keyed his shoulder mike as he scuttled backward and whispered as loudly as he dared.“Officer down! Shots fired, shots fired! One-adam-sixty-two, we’re dying out here!”The men from the gray sedan threw open the Bentley’s doors and fired inside. Scott glimpsed passengers, but saw only shadows. Then the firing stopped, and Stephanie called out behind him. Her voice bubbled with blood, and cut him like knives.“Don’t leave me! Scotty, don’t leave!”Scott pushed harder, desperate to reach the car. Shotgun in the car. Keys in the ignition.“DON’T LEAVE ME!”“I’m not, baby. I’m not.”“COME BACK!”Scott was five yards from their patrol car when the big man heard Stephanie. He turned, saw Scott, then lifted his rifle and fired.Scott James felt the third impact as the bullet punched through his vest and ribs on the lower right side of his chest. The pain was intense, and quickly grew worse as his abdominal cavity filled with pooling blood.Scott slowed to a stop. He tried to crawl farther, but his strength was gone. He leaned back on an elbow, and waited for the big man to shoot him again, but the big man turned toward the Bentley.Sirens were coming.Black figures were inside the Bentley, but Scott couldn’t see what they were doing. The driver of the gray sedan twisted to see them, and pulled up his mask as he turned. Scott saw a flash of white on the man’s cheek, and then the men in and around the Bentley ran into the waiting gray car. The men from the Kenworth climbed inside with them.The big man was the last. He hesitated by the sedan’s open door, once more looked at Scott, and raised his rifle.Scott screamed.“NO!”Scott tried to jump out of the way as the sirens faded into a soothing voice.“Wake up, Scott.”“NO!”“Three, two, one—”Nine months and sixteen days after he was shot that night, nine months and sixteen days after he saw his partner murdered, Scott James screamed when he woke.

Revue de presse

“An intense, fast-paced, and thrilling page turner.”—CNN.com

“A read-in-one-sitting thriller.”—Booklist (starred review)

“[A] heart-tugging novel…Maggie...holds us captive, enthralled by Crais’s perceptive depiction of her amazing capacities.”—The New York Times Book Review

“An emotional masterpiece. Suspect is without a doubt Crais’s best novel to date.”—Author Magazine

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1068 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 418 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 0425278271
  • Editeur : G.P. Putnam's Sons (22 janvier 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B008RCZLNO
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Great novel, Crais at his best. For all Crais lovers. He turns reality into great fiction. I don't know where he finds all his great ideas for a story.
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Livre en anglais alors que j'avais demande livres en francais..Que dois je faire? J'ai paye le livre quinest sur kindle
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Récit très bien documenté sur les comportements canins. La fragilité des deux héros, le détective et sa chienne, rendent l'intrigue encore plus intéressante que d'habitude chez Robert Crais. Je pense que les lecteurs qui n'ont pas la passion des chiens peuvent être moins enthousiastes.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Crais best, most in depth writing yet. Please more of this series 28 janvier 2013
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Awesome book! We feel great sadness for the reviewer who failed to appreciate the accuracy and insight of Crais's description of human animal relationships. We don't know he did it but Crais captured the human dog interaction as well as we have ever seen. Dogs were not literally domesticated, as were cattle and horses. They and humans developed a symbolic relationship. There is interdependence, not co-dependence, which exists nowhere else in nature on such a regular basis.

My wife and I have been rescuing severely abused Dobermans since 1995. We have taken dogs that other good people have not been able to help. Fortunately we have had significant success. Crais compressed the time needed for rehabilitation in these cases as he acknowledges, but the overall description is something only truly recognized by those who have experienced it. We have had dogs who were almost beaten to death, or starved past saving, or so injured as to require months of daily care. And they have come back to be the most loving and caring companions imaginable.

My wife and I both are Criminal Justice Professionals and receive threats on a regular basis. My my wife has been disabled for the last 5 years, yet I never have to worry about her at home by herself because four large Dobermans stand guard with their lives and provide constant love and companionship. They also guard and include in their pack our four cats.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Suspect deserves at least 5 stars; excellent read 17 février 2015
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Suspect was my first Robert Crais book; judging by the folks who wrote 5 star reviews about the Elvis Cole and Joe Pike series, I'll be reading Robert Crais novels for a long time. Suspect is a great story; it kept me reading when I needed to be doing other things, like sleeping. The relationship between Scott and Maggie begins with two broken souls, and ends up so inspiring and positive. I fell in love with Maggie, and was so concerned about her that I emailed Robert Crais, telling him I really hoped that Maggie would be coming back. He wrote back and assured me that she would be. Now I see the new book with all four characters will be coming out later this year; I already have it on pre-order. I really do not understand the folks that gave Suspect 1 star, even 2 stars. Some folks just can't get past their negative outlooks and see the positive. It wasn't what some people wanted; the established characters, not new ones. Embrace change! Allow the author to stretch his wings and imagination. That makes for much more fun for his readers. This book is a major positive; I highly, highly recommend it, in case that didn't come through in my
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best book EVER 24 janvier 2013
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I was a K9 handler for 7 years. This book captured the partnership better than anything I ever read. I was hooked from the first word.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Loved It! 7 février 2013
Par Morgan Lindsey - Publié sur Amazon.com
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With no Joe or Elvis, I was apprehensive that I would not enjoy this book. I could not have been more wrong. It was a wonderful story. I loved all the characters and I sure hope we see them again in later books. Maggie was, of course, my favorite and I loved the chapters written from her point of view. I hated for it to end! Great book!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 ... I haven't met a Robert Crais novel I didn't like. Haven't given them all five stars 25 septembre 2014
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SIX STARS IF I COULD -- Understand first I haven't met a Robert Crais novel I didn't like. Haven't given them all five stars, however, as RC is always on his game but some are better than others. So when I give SUSPECT five stars, I'm saying this is one his best. BUT -- I would give this book six stars if could because I believe this his best book ever. I just loved it. I put it down -- had to go out to dinner -- but it was done by breakfast the next morning because I wanted to see how Scott and Maggie came out. I couldn't put it down is a cliche in this business. I did. I had to in order to sustain my marriage. But I didn't want to stop.

Who is Maggie, you might ask? Well this book is about Maggie, an ex-Marine German Shepherd who's now about to be rejected from the LAPD K-9 unit, and Scott, a LAPD patrol officer who lost his partner and was shot three times in an unsolved murder. Scott wants to join the K-9 unit to an effort to heal himself and get back to work. He dreams and thinks of his dead partner much of the time. Maggie the dog thinks about her dead former partner too, a Marine killed by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan. Maggie was shot twice trying to protect her Marine handler after the explosion. Both Maggie and Scott are wounded emotionally and physically. Both have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. What a team!

The story is about Scott and Maggie learning to work together, both of them needing the other's help. Can they get their act together and solve the murder that killed Scott's former partner? But I called this story RC's best ever because of two things: One, the emotional level of this book is over the top for RC's work. These two protagonists will wrench your guts with their mistakes, their courage and the love they eventually share. Two, significant scenes are told from Maggie's point of view, and for me this was stunningly unusual and a joy to read. You will learn unbelievable facts about dog's noses and how they see the world, and if you have any love for dogs or animals in general, I believe this could be your favorite Robert Crais book, too.

Please, RC, give us another Maggie and Scott story someday.
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