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Sudden Mischief (The Spenser Series) Kindle Edition
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|Length: 324 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Everybody wants Spenser to drop the case. He is being warned away by his friends, even some enemies have suggested that he drops this one for his own benefit, but that would be against just about everything that we know Spenser the man (and Spenser the PI) stands for. So that is off the table.
This case is interesting, to say the least. Susan is not being completely forthcoming with the truth concerning her ex. And, naturally enough, the reader feels, that neither is Susan's ex. Spenser starts to dig deeper and he soon manages to uncover some apparently misappropriated funds from a charity related to all parties concerned and suddenly his forehead creases in thought. And in consternation, even.
The case breaks open just before you hit the halfway mark, and the dirt really begins to hit the fan. The true colours of certain characters are suddenly on display for the entire world to see, and it ain’t pretty. The gang’s all here for this case, too, which is a good thing, as the reader will probably feel more secure with every page turn, knowing that Hawk and Co have got Spenser’s back.
Some readers love Susan’s psychoanalytical input into the series; other readers loathe her. But to my mind, a Spenser novel wouldn’t be a Spenser novel without her. To be completely honest, this story is rather analytical, especially in the book’s first half.Read more ›