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Sixkill (Spenser Book 39) Kindle Edition
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This episode also reflects social conditions like money-laundering by film making. Parker, as usually, filled another story of becoming a tough guy into the main thread, which makes this story much more attractive. Zebulon Pike is not popular among Japanese. I learned he discovered Pike's Peak. Vibraphonist Dave Pike recorded Pike's Peak with Bill Evans for Epic label in 1961. Zebulon Pike never came to mind while listening the record.
Zebulon Sixkill was struck with awe by encountering Spenser and had finally found someone he could emulate. He saw a similar beacon in Spenser with his grandfather Bob, always the same he did, had rules of his own. You can't teach someone to be a tough guy. He has to be tough on his own. When Zebulon learns what Spenser knows, and behaves as he behaves, then it allows him to slough off the costume. He's beginning to talk like Spenser. Keeping warm eye on Zebulon, Spenser tries to turn him into a man who can resolve it himself. He might saw something for the most likely successor to him, a different endowment with Paul Giacomin.