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I enjoyed Parker's first novel. Despite the fashion being from the early 70s, this book could have been written yesterday. Somewhat timeless.Published on Aug. 3 2011 by David Solomon
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I've read about a half-dozen Spenser novels, not in order, and finally decided to go through them chronolgically. Read morePublished on March 27 2004 by Kirk McElhearn
This book is the novel that introduced the character of Spenser.
The dialogue is witty. The scences where Spenser is on a college campus are nicely structured. Read more
Ah, Spenser. Edmund Spenser wrote "The Faerie Queen." And this Spenser is anything but. Former boxer, Korean vet, and armed to the teeth with moxie and sass. Read morePublished on Nov. 15 2003 by Aaron Neptune
The first Spenser novel has some flaws. Do we really need to know the exact route Spenser takes every time he drives somewhere? Read morePublished on July 15 2003 by Felicia Jordan
If you have not yet begun your own Spenser adventure, you're in for a real treat. Robert Parker has created a delightfully brilliant character in Spenser. Read morePublished on May 25 2003 by Colleen Barry
No complaints here. Nothing real substantial just a good fun read. Well the nostalgia is substantial and there is plenty of humor and interesting lines. Read morePublished on Dec 2 2002 by djbrkns