Book Reviews of Paper Doll (Spenser, Bk 20)

Paper Doll  (Spenser, Bk 20)
Paper Doll - Spenser, Bk 20
Author: Robert B. Parker
ISBN-13: 9780399138188
ISBN-10: 0399138188
Publication Date: 5/31/1993
Pages: 223
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Putnam Pub Group
Book Type: Hardcover
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a harcover spenser book spenser tracks a mystery women who refueses
to rest in peace ,hired by boston aristocrat who belives the brutal street slaying of his wife to be something other than a random killing! has jacket ,green with yellow paper figures on the front.
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This is another exciting Spenser story by Parker.
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Spenser and Hawk at it again.
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Book #20 in the Spenser series. Another good, enjoyable, fast read.
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Spenser PI series..another good one by Robert B. Parker
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Spenser murder mystery. He's hired to find a woman's murderer. Good story like all Spenser book. I liked it.
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As with all Robert B Parker books - the dialogue is great. I love Spenser.
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good book
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"She was a model wife and mothr, blundgeoned with a hammer on the streets of Beacon Hill. Spenser's searching for a motive and a murderer-and finding more secrets than meet the eye".
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Spenser fans will delight in the Boston PI's latest adventure, after Pastime and Double Deuce , as Parker, restraining a penchant for arch characterization, returns his attention to plotting. Spenser is hired by Boston Brahmin Loudon Tripp to find the murderer of his conventionally impeccable wife, Olivia Nelson, whom the police consider a victim of random urban violence. After consulting with the police detective assigned to the case, a gay man whose lover is dying of AIDS, Spenser travels to Olivia's hometown in South Carolina, where his questions land him in jail, uncharged, and at the mercy of some Northern thugs. Rescued at the last minute by Boston police Lt. Quirk, the burly detective soon finds himself taken into the confidence of a sleazy but powerful Massachusetts senator. The case builds on a nicely woven mix of false identity, self-delusion and, unexpectedly, the powerful attachment of two old Southern gentlemen, one black and one white. Spenser's lover, the elegant psychiatrist Susan, and his pal Hawk stay pretty much in the background as the tough-but-sensitive PI hews mainly to the mystery at hand.
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Solid Spenser mystery, focusing on the brutal murder of a Boston socialite who is -- as Spenser discovers -- absolutely too good to be true.
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Didn't read.