The Two Minute Rule

The Two Minute Rule

by Robert Crais
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm a Crais fan & I liked this book but it's his weakest book. It was obvious the plot was going to have the same twist on who-done-it as one of the Elvis novels. The attraction between the bank robber & the FBI agent was hard to believe too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well I am definately a fan of R.Crais, I love the way he describes scenes, makes me wanna go to CA. Elvis and Joe will always be my favorite characters but I am glad I read this new book. It was a real change in character portrayal and plot. The book still has all of Crais style and thrill level. I would recommend fans of Crais read this book because it is nice to have a change in the usual things.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Fascinating novel and the characters are believable. I've never been disappointed in a Crais novel!
harstan More than 1 year ago
Ten years ago Max Holman was caught robbing the Studio City Pacific West Bank. He was convicted and went to prison, but today he is being released. All Max wants to do is see his son Ritchie who he has not seen since the kid¿s twelfth birthday. While Max was a guest of the state of California, Ritchie became a cop. However, on this day when he should be rejoicing in his freedom, Max learns ironically that his son and three other cops were killed in Los Angeles. P The LAPD accused gang leader Alejandro Juarez. Stunned and needing to avenge his loss, Max begins his own inquiries and quickly concludes that Juarez may be scum, but neither he nor his associates and employees killed Ritchie or the other cops. Unable to let go, Max digs deeper and begins to uncover police corruption that could easily cost him his life or at a minimum his freedom, but he refuses to back down as he has to do this for Ritchie. P Though the romance with an FBI Agent seems more obligatory than plot needed, action thriller fans will appreciate this terrific tale of revenge. Holman knows he failed his son in life so he fixates on bringing justice to the real killer. Thus Max¿s obsession and his criminal past make him a dangerous adversary, but against who is his problem as the Juarez¿s gang and the cops want him dead. A final plausible twist will shake readers as much as it does Max as Robert Crais hooks readers with THE TWO MINUTE RULE between life and death. P Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I generally enjoy Crais' work, but this read like an early draft that still needs a LOT of rewriting, editing & polishing. Pick one of his other books to read! by aj west
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read it you will like it
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