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* * Robert B. Parker Stranger in Paradise US Orders
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Review Putnam, 2008 (2008) Hardcover, CD
In this 7th in the series, Jesse Stone encounters a blast from his past when Apache ex con and hit man Wilson 'Crow' Cromartie returns to Paradise, Massachusetts. (HW)

* * Robert B. Parker Sudden Mischief US Orders
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Berkley, 1999 (1998) Hardcover, Paperback, Audio
Susan makes a difficult request of Spenser - to help her phony ex with charges of first, sexual harrassment, and later murder. After the usual banter he does, of course. (HW)

* * Robert B. Parker Valediction: A Spenser Novel US Orders
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Review Dell, 1992 (1984) Hardcover, Softcover, Paperback, Audio, e-Book
In this 11th in the series, Susan announces that she is going to California to have some time to herself to think things through. So Spenser takes on a new investigative job there. (MS)

* * Robert B. Parker Widow's Walk: A Spenser Novel US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Berkley, 2003 (2002) Hardcover, Paperback, Audio, CD
In this 29th of the series, Spenser investigates the murder of the rich, older husband of Rita Fiore's dumb, dumber, dumbest client Mary Smith. (HW)