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Parker, Robert B.
 

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Best known for his Spenser PI series, Robert B. Parker has been compared to Hammett, Chandler and Macdonald.



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Allen Boekeloo - 09:17am May 6, 2005 PST(#67 of 78)

I read all Mr.Parker's novels. Now I am waiting for his latest "Cold Service".... He inspired me so, I wrote my own mystery novel..."The Nick Edwards Novel". It is pending at this point. These will be based on my own cases when I was a P.I.

My question...Do I need Mr. Parker's permission to use his name in my 'ACKNOWLEDGEMENT'? Please contact me. Thank-you very much. I salute you Mr. Robert B. Parker.


Lee Jacobson - 07:30pm May 14, 2005 PST(#68 of 78)

In Double Play, Mr. Parker lists several 1947 box scores. I haven't been able to find anyone who can tell me what the column headings 'O' and 'A' are for. Any help available here? Thanks.


Pat Bott - 02:59pm May 28, 2005 PST(#69 of 78)

Can anyone tell me what book Pearl The Wonder Dog dies in and how she dies. All of a sudden, they got a replacement dog, and I do not remeber Pearl dying, or how she died. --Pat


Allen Boekeloo - 09:27am May 31, 2005 PST(#70 of 78)

TO PAT BOTT...Message #69

Pearl The Wonder Dog was mentioned in the book "BACK-STORY". Paul and Quirk stated their sympathy's. Spenser accepted them, but didn't care to elaborate.

But if I remember, some stories back, I believe it was mentioned one time or another, Pearl had arthritis and the Parker family had to put Pearl down, for the lack of another word. But don't quote me on that.

FROM ALLEN BOEKELOO...Message #67


Fran Hinkel - 08:42am Oct 22, 2005 PST(#71 of 78)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Vickie, here is the order of the Spencer books.

The Godwulf Manuscript (1973)

God Save the Child (1974)

Mortal Stakes (1975)

Promised Land (1976)

The Judas Goat (1978)

Looking for Rachel Wallace (1980)

Early Autumn (1981)

A Savage Place (1981)

Ceremony (1982)

The Widening Gyre (1983)

Valediction (1984)

A Catskill Eagle (1985)

Taming a Sea-Horse (1986)

Pale Kings and Princes (1987)

Crimson Joy (1988)

Playmates (1989)

Stardust (1990)

Pastime (1991)

Double Deuce (1992)

Paper Doll (1993)

Walking Shadow (1994)

Thin Air (1995)

Chance (1996)

Small Vices (1997)

Sudden Mischief (1998)

Hush Money (1999)

Hugger Mugger (2000)

Potshot (2001)

Widow's Walk (2002)

Back Story (2003) [with Jesse Stone]

Bad Business (2004)

Cold Service (2005)

School Days (2005)


leland elliott - 08:50pm Jan 31, 2006 PST(#72 of 78)

spencer and hawk met while boxing each other at age 17,they tell the story to susan at dinner they both claim to win, then hawk gets jumped by racists outside after their bout and spenser jumps in to help hawk and they kick 8 guys rear ends.


leland elliott - 08:53pm Jan 31, 2006 PST(#73 of 78)

anybody out there


Toni Royer fan of 24 - 12:39pm Jul 5, 2006 PST(#74 of 78)

I once got on to Robert B. Parkers site where you could contact him and find out all about him. His home page was very nice, but now I can't seem to get to it anymore. Any suggestions?


Doug Day - 07:40pm Mar 26, 2009 PST(#75 of 78)

In Sudden Mischief Chapter 42, Spenser and Hawk are sitting outside in a car waiting for Velvet to be delivered. Once he is inside with her he says that Henry Cimoli is outside waiting to drive her any place she wants to go. Am I missing something, that seems like a glaring mistake?


Fran Hinkel - 04:19am Apr 9, 2009 PST(#76 of 78)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Tony, have you tried this:

http://www.robertbparker.net/

Sorry Doug, I do not read this author. Anyone??


Ellen Graziano - 06:12pm May 25, 2011 PST(#77 of 78)

Robert B. Parker's last novel Sixkill was one of the most enjoyable of all his many books that I have read and I have read them ALL. It was with great sadness that I closed that book knowing it was his last...I truly feel I have lost a close and dear friend. Thank you Dr. Parker for transporting me and so many others to "Spenser's World".


Bill Ostrow - 06:31am Oct 11, 2011 PST(#78 of 78)

I am looking for a Spenser novel. What was the title of the book where Spenser is shot and almost killed, but is brought back to health by Hawk and Susan in California???

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