Wednesday, November 22

Hundred-Dollar Baby by Robert B. Parker

Review by Theodore Feit


This novel is pure Spenser.  And we thank Mr. Parker for it.  'nuff said.


April Kyle has appeared in two previous Spenser novels.  In each, Spenser tried to save her from herself.  It is no different this time.  But she's her own worst enemy, as always.


There is no point in recounting the plot line because it would only spoil the reader's suspense.  And when it comes to a Spenser novel, there is always plenty, along with great dialogue and good fun.   So get a copy and enjoy.


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