Paper Doll
by Robert B. Parker

A Spenser novel in which he tries to discover who murdered the wife of the man hiring him. The manís check bounces and most of what the man told him turns out to be not true, including the identity of his wife. Like the other Spenser novels the reader cannot solve the mystery until Spenser does. I donít see the significance of the title. Susan and Boston police associates are on hand, but not Hawk.

Year Read: 2008


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