A Savage Place by Robert B. Parker

Best known for his Spenser PI series, Robert B. Parker has been compared to Hammett, Chandler and Macdonald.

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A Savage Place by Robert B. Parker


Features

  • Paperback: 192 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.54 x 6.79 x 4.17
  • Publisher: Dell; Reissue edition (November 3, 1992)
  • ISBN: 0440180953


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    From the Publisher
    "The best new private eye in fiction since Raymond Chandler." -- Dan Wakefield

    "As tough as they come and spiked with a touch of real class." -- Kirkus Reviews

    "Tough, wisecracking, unafraid, lonely, unexpectedly literate--an many respects the very examplar of the species." -- The New York Times

    "Spenser gives the tribe of hard-boiled wonders a new vitality and complexity." -- Chicago Sun-Times



    Reader Reviews
    One of my favorites in the series..., May 25, 2003 Reviewer: Colleen Barry from Boston, MA United States Are you tired of the typical formula novel or tv series? Parker isn't afraid to give Spenser, and his readers, a kick in the gut with this plot twist. As Spenser visits L.A. (a savage place) and experiences its cold indifference, he finds his own savage side. Spenser is such a poised but quick P.I. We see his (rarely shown) visceral reaction to brutality. Candy Sloan, his reporter/client, is a woman making her path (any way that she can) in a man's world.

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