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As always Robert Parker comes up with a winner in his Jesse stone series. I only wish there were more of themPublished 1 month ago by Geraldine Huebel
Honestly, I haven't read it yet, but anything Robert Parker, Jesse Stone is at the top of my list.Published 1 month ago by Pamela M. Cooksey
...the big pay-off of Book 7, more this reviewer safety not about that story!
This story (Book 6), however, is a departure from the expected Parker narrative of a Jesse Stone... Read more
The Jesse Stone story line for the most part was alright but the continued involvement with Jenn, his ex-wife is boring and a distraction to the over all story.Published 2 months ago by Herschel Tognascioli
I enjoy the Jesse Stone character, so I enjoyed the book. This is light reading for me and just what I needed to relax and distract me from the world. Well worth the time to read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Deborah S
Parker was an author who used few words, he did not feel the need to say 20 words when 2 or 3 would convey the same statement.
Easy to read; can finish in a few hours.
Funny what will turn up on your summer reading list and why. Sure I am like any other heated, roasted urban dweller and am looking for a little light reading to while away the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alfred Johnson