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Richard Stark (aka Donald E. Westlake) provides a satisfactory conclusion to his Parker trilogy which began with Nobody Runs Forever, continued in Ask The Parrot and concludes with... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Tim Field
Donald Westlakes Parker series is enjoyable reading.The plots are very well thought out. All of the other charecters fit in nicely with the storyPublished 4 days ago by Edwin Mushalko
The late and much lamented Richard Stark ends his Parker series with a bang. There are setbacks and complications as Parker seeks to retrieve the loot he stashed after an armored... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tom blumenfeld
Starting with Nobody Runs Forever, followed by Ask the Parrot and finally culminating in Dirty Money, Donald Westlake aka Richard Stark closes what can only be described as a three... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Steven W. Blackwood
Yep you've got me hooked Richard stark is on my list to read everything he's done.great stuff buddy - Pete AdamsPublished 9 months ago by pete atomz
All good things come to an end. For us fans of the Donald Westlake/Richard Stark Parker crime series, Dirty Money is the last in the series of 24. I read them all. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Steve Paul
Stark is a treasure, and this book is a definite page turner. Without spilling the beans, Stark's talent for compelling and terse descriptions of Parker remains among the greatest... Read morePublished 15 months ago by G. Simms
Dirty Money is number twenty four of Richard Stark's Parker series. It is the final Parker novel since Donald Westlake (aka Richard Stark) is gone and won't be writing any... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dave Wilde