Robert Crais is the author of the best-selling Elvis Cole novels. A native of Louisiana, he grew up on the banks of the Mississippi River in a blue collar family of oil refinery workers and police officers. He purchased a secondhand paperback of Raymond Chandler's The Little Sister when he was fifteen, which inspired his lifelong love of writing, Los Angeles, and the literature of crime fiction. After years of amateur film-making and writing short fiction, he journeyed to Hollywood in 1976 where he quickly found work writing scripts for such major television series as Hill Street Blues, Cagney & Lacey, and Miami Vice. The novels of Robert Crais have been translated into 36 languages and are bestsellers around the world. Robert Crais is the 2006 recipient of the Ross Macdonald Literary Award. He lives in the Santa Monica Mountains with his wife and three cats.
Goose Green (Bfmt Nov 00);
Afghanistan the Bear Trap, co author with Mohammad Yousaf;
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