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Spencer didn't disappoint me again. I like the style and of Robert B Parker and plan on reading all of his books.Published 27 days ago by Home Run
Wow! Talk about a punch! This, and Small Vices are keepers, although I've read most of the Spencer/Hawk novels. I hope the new writer is not eliminating Hawk. Love Joe M. Read morePublished 3 months ago by O.R.
Another solid Spenser story. Some of it seems pretty unlikely, but still was an enjoyable read. If you are a Spenser fan, this will do the job. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John
I got this book for my wife. she was very satisfied and is now waiting for me to get her another book. trryPublished 7 months ago by terry sutherland
Parker's Spenser books are a joy, not merely because of how well-plotted and suspenseful they are, but because of how well the relationships are cast and drawn. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Pete in NY
I enjoyed this novel primarily because I enjoyed the relationship between Hawk and Spencer. Their open and close relationship is heartening. Each one backs the other. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Audrey Anderson
Too much of Parkers' witty banter. I love it in smaller doses. Well written as always. Good premise. Clever,dangling and Hawk like ending.Published 11 months ago by Ken TenHulzen