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Also by Robert Crais:

Suspect, February 2013
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Taken, January 2012
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The Sentry, January 2011
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The First Rule, January 2010
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Chasing Darkness, July 2008
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The Watchman, March 2007
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The Two-Minute Rule, January 2007
Mass Market Paperback
The Forgotten Man, January 2006
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Hostage, June 2005
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The Two-Minute Rule, February 2005
Hardcover
The Forgotten Man, February 2005
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Sunset Express, January 2005
Mass Market Paperback
The Last Detective, March 2004
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Indigo Slam, February 2003
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Demoliton Angel, July 2001
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L.A. Requiem, February 2000
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Voodoo River, March 1996
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Free Fall, April 1994
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Lullaby Town, May 1993
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The Monkey's Raincoat, March 1992
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Stalking the Angel, March 1992
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The Two-Minute Rule
Robert Crais

Simon and Schuster
February 2005
288 pages
ISBN: 0743281616
EAN: 9780743281614
Hardcover
$24.95
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Mystery

Two minutes can be a lifetime. But break the two-minute rule and it's a lifetime in jail. Ask ex-bank robber Max Holman and he'll tell you two minutes is as long as you can hope for at a robbery before the cops show up. Holman learned his lesson the hard way, but now he's about to learn an even harder lesson. On the day Holman gets out of jail, his son is gunned down. The police say his son was simply an innocent bystander, but when the victim is a cop - especially a cop with a con for a father - the motives are never simple. And when the questions of corruption and cover-ups are raised, it becomes a father's last duty to clear his son's name and catch the killer.

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