Robert B. Parker's Killing the Blues

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Penguin, Sep 13, 2011 - Fiction - 320 pages
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It’s tourist season in Paradise, Massachusetts. With it comes a baffling and violent crime wave that has residents on edge. It’s also brought a mysterious figure who’s stirring up troubling memories for Chief of Police Jesse Stone—especially when it appears the stranger is out for revenge.
 

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I thought the portrayal of Jesse Stone was well done. - LibraryThing
As I mentioned, the pace was strong. - LibraryThing
This isn't Parker writing this book. - LibraryThing
There were multiple story lines going on this novel. - LibraryThing

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User Review  - Carl_Alves - LibraryThing

I had previously read one of Parker's novels in the Jesse Stone series and I absolutely hated it. With a new author on board, I figured I would give it a try and I was pleasantly surprised. There were ... Read full review

Review: Robert B. Parker's Killing the Blues (Jesse Stone #10)

User Review  - Jann Barber - Goodreads

I picked up this book while waiting for an appointment, and was allowed to take it with me to read when I left. The layout makes for a quick read. Most chapters are only a few pages long, so the ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Michael Brandman is the producer of more than thirty motion pictures. He collaborated with Robert B. Parker for years on movie projects, the Spenser TV movies, and the Jesse Stone series of TV movies starring Tom Selleck. He co-wrote the screenplays for Stone Cold, No Remorse, and Innocents Lost, and supervised the screenplay adaptations of Night Passage, Death in Paradise, and Sea Change. He took over writing the Jesse Stone series when Robert B. Parker died in 2010. He is the author of Robert B. Parker's Killing the Blues, Robert B. Parker's Fool Me Twice, and Robert B. Parker's Damned If You Do.

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