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by Robert B. Parker
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Robert B Parker Double Deuce For Karen Panasevicla, who taught me about youth gangs, and about commitment. And for my wife and sons, who have taught me everything else that matters. There were ducks there, pleased with the spring, paddling vigorously, and regularly sticking their heads underwater, just for the hell of it. Ever been in Double Deuce? No. Hawk nodded and smiled.
Robert B. Parker "Double Deuce" G. P. Putnam NY 1992 hardback: . 9: "There's some sort of inverse ration . All in all I enjoyed the book and believe Spenser & Parker fans in general would probably agree that it's worth reading. 2 people found this helpful. 9: "There's some sort of inverse ration between social structure and what. honor codes? p. 100: If there are no things that are important, then things are assigned importance arbitrarily and defended at great risk.
Robert Brown Parker (September 17, 1932 – January 18, 2010) was an American writer of fiction, primarily of the mystery/detective genre. His most famous works were the 40 novels written about the private detective Spenser. ABC television network developed the television series Spenser: For Hire based on the character in the mid-1980s; a series of TV movies based on the character were also produced. His works incorporate encyclopedic knowledge of the Boston metropolitan area.
Three kids were sitting in a gray and black Aerostar van with the doors open and the tape deck blaring. The parking lot was crowded and the restaurant was full of people getting out of the rain. This time let’s try you stay in the car, Erin said. I sat while she got out and went to the van. Again she put out her hand, again the gentle slap. Then she got in the backseat of the van and I couldn’t see her. The two kids in front turned to talk with her. The rain made the bright colors of the pseudocolonial restaurant shiny and clean looking.
Hawk wants Spenser to wage war on a street gang.
Double Deuce (Parker Robert B). Robert B Parker. For Karen Panasevicla, who taught me about youth gangs, and about commitment. How come in books and movies the ghetto is always teeming with life: dogs barking, children crying, women shouting, radios playing, that sort of thing? And I come to a real ghetto, with two actual black people, and I can hear my hair growing? Things are not always what they seem, Hawk said.
Double Deuce's snappy dialogue, timely, fast-paced action and quick characterisations make it classic Spenser' Publishers Weekly. Robert B. Parker is widely recognised as the dean of American crime fiction. His bestselling novels featuring the wise-cracking, street-smart Boston private eye Spenser earned him a devoted following and reams of critical acclaim. Born and raised in Massachusetts, Parker attended Colby College in Maine, served with the Army in Korea, and then completed a P. in English at Boston University.