Tuesday, September 7, 2010
"Now and Then" by Robert B. Parker
Spenser and Susan are back together after a separation. Their conversations are as witty and cryptic as ever. Of course Hawk, Vinnie and Cholo are on hand as well to give Spenser the backup he needs to protect Susan while he entices the killer of an FBI agent and his philandering wife into a trap. What begins as a straight-forward job of snooping on the wife at the request of the husband turns into a complicated case of false identity and terrorism.
I loved this one. It is probably my favorite. Spenser is smooth, Hawk is cool, Vinnie is psycho and Cholo is, well, expert. Highly recommended.
Posted by JoAnn Tropiano at 2:18 PM