A serial killer is on the loose in Beantown and the cops can't catch him. But when the killer leaves his red rose calling card for Spenser's own Susan Silverman, he gets all the attention that Spenser and Hawk can give.Spenser plays against time while he tracks the Red Rose killer from Boston's Combat Zone to the suburbs. His trap is both daring and brave, and gives the story a satisfying climax."Like Philip Marlowe, Spenser is a man of honor in a dishonorable world. When he says he will do something, it is done. The dialogue zings, and there is plenty of action...but it is the moral element that sets this series above most defective fiction." (Newsweek)From the Cassette edition.
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|Grouped Work ID||91d9d442-8fc0-9aff-bb51-4d8a7dd98434|
|Grouping Title||crimson joy|
|Grouping Author||parker robert b|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-04-02 04:44:44AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-04-02 04:48:08AM|
|author||Robert B. Parker|
|author_display||Robert B. Parker|
|available_at_addison||Addison Public Library|
|detailed_location_addison||2nd Floor- Adult Books|
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|display_description||"Suspenseful . . . almost impossible to put down."—Sacramento Union|
In the city of the Red Sox and the Red Line someone is leaving roses—red ones, of course—on the bodies of women he kills. For a psychologist named Susan Silverman and a P.I. named Spenser, the case is personal. But Spenser knows it's the wrong man. Because the right one has come calling on Susan—with a red rose in hand.
"A novel worth reading with an ending that is worth waiting for."—South Bend Tribune
|local_callnumber_addison||CRIME PARKER R.|
|owning_library_addison||Addison Public Library|
|owning_location_addison||Addison Public Library|
|subject_facet||Boston (Mass.) -- Fiction|
Murder -- Fiction
Psychologists -- Fiction
Spenser -- (Fictitious character)
Crimson joy / Robert B. Parker