Robert B. Parker's Lullaby

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Berkley Publishing Group, Apr 2, 2013 - Fiction - 388 pages
238 Reviews
"Spenser takes up a seemingly open and closed cold case at the behest of a street-wise 16 year old girl, who believes her mother's murderers went free. As Spenser digs deeper into the mystery, he finds a much more dangerous and complex mystery than he bargained for"--

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typical parker and easy to read - Goodreads
Pretty poor imitation of Robert B. Parker's writing. - Goodreads
Story/plot was good. - Goodreads
Love the banter between the characters. - Goodreads
Ace Atkins did a good job of writing this Parker novel. - Goodreads
The plot is suitably complex. - Goodreads

Review: Robert B. Parker's Lullaby (Spenser #40)

User Review  - Cheryl - Goodreads

This was just not my cup of tea. Never having read a Spenser book, this was for my monthly book club and I would not have read it otherwise. Read full review

Review: Robert B. Parker's Lullaby (Spenser #40)

User Review  - William - Goodreads

Ace Atkins' revival of Parker's Spenser series owes as much to True Grit as it does to The Godwulf Manuscript but it's a welcome return to the world of the proto-typical wise-cracking private eye. If ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Robert B. Parker was the author of seventy books, including the legendary Spenser detective series, the novels featuring Chief Jesse Stone, and the acclaimed Virgil Cole/Everett Hitch westerns, as well as the Sunny Randall novels. Winner of the Mystery Writers of America Grand Master Award and long considered the undisputed dean of American crime fiction, he died in January 2010.

Ace Atkins is the author of eleven novels, including the true-crime based White Shadow, Wicked City, Devil's Garden, and Infamous. He is also the author of the Quinn Colson series, which includes The Ranger and The Lost Ones. Bestselling author Michael Connelly has called Atkins "one of the best crime writers working today." He lives on a farm outside Oxford, Mississippi.

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