(ebook / Pdf) Widow's Walk ↠ Robert B. Parker



10 thoughts on “Widow's Walk

  1. says:

    “You like these turnovers” — Hawk“Yes” — Spenser“Place in Mattapan makes the crust with lard way it’s supposed to be made”

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    In this adventure Rita Fiore—the sexy former DA now high priced lawyer who has had her eye on Spenser for years—hires our hero to find out whether her client Mary Smith is guilty of murdering her rich husban

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    Spenser gets hired by attorney and mini skirt aficionado Rita Fiore to help her defend her latest client Since the client is a young pretty woman with a much older and very rich husband who was murdered while she was alone in the house with him Spenser has his work cut out for him It doesn’t help his investigation that this woman is as dumb as a box of hairAs Spenser pokes around he finds shady connections to the wealthy victim and soon

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    It goes without saying that Robert Parker writes the best dialogue ever but I'll say it again Robert Parker writes the best dialogue ever After you've read a bunch of his books you pretty much know what to expect but it doesn't matter; they're still fun to read This one has a fair amount of Hawk which is good It also has a well crafted plot as expected There are a couple of colorful supporting characters besides the usual cast that I enjoye

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    The word maroon appears only once in this novel45 starsThe best Spenser in a while Very complex plot interesting characters clever and funny dialogue especially the scene between uirk Hawk and SpenserWould have been 5 stars except that too many criminals are let off the hook partly or mostly This has been true in the last few books Not sure

  6. says:

    I'm getting up to some of the Spenser novels that I haven't read before and this was one of them Good story that k

  7. says:

    Spenser is hired by Rita Fiore to find proof that Mary Smith did not kill her rich banker husband Nathan When Spe

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    Mr Spenser you are a little man in a big arena You simply don't matter Read by Joe Mantegna5 hours 41 minutesWith that comment fans of Spenser know that in Widow's Walk he's going to be digging in his heels and pull even harder at al

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    I enjoyed the Spenser for Hire TV series and was excited to recently learn that it had been based on a book serie

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    For those familiar with Author Parker and the Detective Spenser character this book is ideal for an short or lengthy airplane flight The reader jumps right in the dumb blond accused of murderthe fast pace of the action and the many interruptions by the flight attendants Pick up the interesting story right where you left off without blinking an eye Caution that if the flight is too long or there are multiple short fligh

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Ung The jury’s going to hate her With next to no alibi and multi million reasons to kill her husban The word maroon appears only once in this novel45 starsThe best Spenser in a while Very complex plot interesting characters clever and funny dialogue especially the scene between uirk Hawk and SpenserWould have been 5 stars except that too many criminals are let off the hook partly or mostly This has been true in the last few books Not sure what s going on in Parker s mind to cause thisSusan s role in the story is balanced just about right Just enough input and ideas from her to boost the overall story a bit One or two very good conversations about Candy Sloan and how that has affected their lives I am not sure exactly who Candy Sloan was or might have been in real life between Parker and his wife Joan The inclusion of their real lives into the Spenser stories is a wonderful mystery in itselfBe sure to see the uotes below the review hereNotes 620% great fun dialogue throughout especially this between uirk Hawk and Spenser 190% usually Parker likes MAROON Hahahahaaaaha They were driving another black car an Explorer Everybody uses black cars for surveillance 130% awwwwww I thought you were fearless Susan said I am but it s embarrassing for a guy as fearless as I am to cry in the vet s office To understand Spenser and Susan you must understand Robert and Joanhttpwwwnytimescom20010823gar Building Organizational Intelligence plot interesting characters clever and funny dialogue especially the scene between uirk Hawk and SpenserWould have been 5 stars except that too many criminals are let off the hook All You Need Is Less partly or mostly This has been true in the last few books Not sure what s going on in Parker s mind to cause thisSusan s role in the story is balanced just about right Just enough input and ideas from her to boost the overall story a bit One or two very good conversations about Candy Sloan and how that has affected their lives I am not sure exactly who Candy Sloan was or might have been in real life between Parker and his wife Joan The inclusion of their real lives into the Spenser stories is a wonderful mystery in itselfBe sure to see the uotes below the review hereNotes 620% great fun dialogue throughout especially this between uirk Hawk and Spenser 190% usually Parker likes MAROON Hahahahaaaaha They were driving another black car an Explorer Everybody uses black cars for surveillance 130% awwwwww I thought you were fearless Susan said I am but it s embarrassing for a guy as fearless as I am to cry in the vet s office To understand Spenser and Susan you must understand Robert and Joanhttpwwwnytimescom20010823gar

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Widow's Walk

D she needs the best defense money can buy His name is Spenser and he’d give anything to believe he I enjoyed the Spenser for Hire TV series and was excited to recently learn that it had been based on a book series This book was my first foray into the Robert B Parker version of the real Spenser It turns out that the TV series was pretty faithful to the spirit of the characters and Parker s writing is uite engaging I plan to read the rest of the books in the series as wellAs for the story I have to say that the client is a hoot I normally have a low tolerance for stupidity but Parker was able to keep you guessing as to whether she was genuinely stupid or just acting that way The interactions between the client and the other characters provided many moments of comic relief Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy pretty faithful to the spirit of the characters and Parker s writing is uite engaging I Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya plan to read the rest of the books in the series as wellAs for the story I have to say that the client is a hoot I normally have a low tolerance for stupidity but Parker was able to keep you guessing as to whether she was genuinely stupid or just acting that way The interactions between the client and the other characters Twisted provided many moments of comic relief

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One of Boston’s elite has been murdered The accused is his new wife She’s blonde beautiful and yo Spenser gets hired by attorney and mini skirt aficionado Rita Fiore to help her defend her latest client Since the client is a young pretty woman with a much older and very rich husband who was murdered while she was alone in the house with him Spenser has his work cut out for him It doesn t help his investigation that this woman is as dumb as a box of hairAs Spenser pokes around he finds shady connections to the wealthy victim and soon a whole lot of people he s talked with turn up dead while he doesn t seem to be getting any closer to figuring out what s happeningThis is another pretty decent Spenser novel The whodunit piece is a cut above most of the later entries in the series There s some good action plus some funny stuff with Hawk and Rita Fiore is always a welcome character in a Spenser novel We even have Spenser seeming engaged and angry after he makes a mistake that proves fatal to someone The Susan factor is only moderately bad this time because she s got her own shit to deal with since one of her patients killed himself It s completely understandable why someone would end their own life after having to talk to Susan and this poor bastard s sacrifice keeps her from annoying the reader too muchNext up Spenser looks into a thirty year old bank robbery and gets paid in donuts in Back Story