A Catskill Eagle
It was nearly midnight and I was just getting home from detecting. I had followed an embezzler around on a warm day in early summer trying to observe him spending his ill-gotten gain. The best I'd been able to do was catch him eating a veal cutlet sandwich in a sub shop in Danvers Square across from Security National Bank.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - AnnieMod - LibraryThing
I am not sure what I think about this book. On one hand, it is the end of a story line that started a few books ago. On the other hand, I am really tired of Susan's actions. I do not need my heroines ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - CherieDooryard - LibraryThing
Parker's Spenser novels always have an element of psychology to them, but this one was clearly written while Parker was deep into 1970s therapy of some kind. Susan Silverman becomes nearly unbearable ... Read full review