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Hugger Mugger (The Spenser Series) Kindle Edition
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|Length: 353 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Top Customer Reviews
For those who are more experienced Spenser fans, there is no Hawk in this novel and plenty of Susan. I'm not sure why Susan gets so much negativity heaped on her head by a lot of Parker's fans, but apparently she does, so if you don't like her skip this book and try another.
The ending is a little indecisive for some tastes, so if you want all your loose ends tied up neatly in a box with a bow, this novel may not satisfy. As for me, I enjoyed the writing and the pace enough to try another of Parker's Spenser novels.
So our Spenser is forced to make new friends. And he does, as well as one or two (short term) enemies. They are a very tight knit group, The Clives. Also *very, very* powerful. So powerful, in fact, that their domination of the running of the town almost ruins the story. In fact, it does, up to a point. Spenser is closed out of the investigation by a sudden plot twist as you approach the halfway mark, and before you know it, he is back with the woman he belongs to, in the town where he belongs, solving a minor but potentially ugly case of stalking. Solve this, he does, but before the reader can say ’Spenser Is Cool’ he is hired by a different member of the Clive family to get back down to Georgia to finish what he started.
And this is where the book *really* gets interesting.
As i have already said, HUGGER MUGGER is unique for several reasons.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A fast paced and very enjoyable read as to be expected from Robert B. Parker.Published on 20 April 2015 by Barbara Kelly
Typical Parker yarn, with hero Spenser at his usual amusing style. Good fun.Published on 9 April 2015 by Derek Littlewood Jones
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