This was my least favorite of T. Jefferson Parker's novels but this author is so good that even his less stellar efforts still rock! He has a real ability to draw you in emotionally as well as keep you involved in the story. Check out Serpents Kiss, Blue Hour and Silent Joe.
From the San Diego Union-Tribune: "The crime novels of T. Jefferson Parker have been called the thinking man's best sellers. It's a fitting description. For readers who demand intricate plots, believable characters, and beautiful prose, Parker is a sure bet, and his new novel, "Cold Pursuit", delivers on all fronts."
Detective Tom McMichael has every reason to pass n the investigation of slain city patriarch Pete Braga. It was he who killed Tom's grandfather in a dispute over money. But there are others who hated the old man as well. McMichael is a good cop determined to perform his duty to the best fof his abilities. Great book
I couldn't stick with this after 100 pages--too much descriptions you don't need and not enough storyline to capture your attention on each page--found the 100 pages I read to be boring and uninteresting to waste anymore time with it.