Sudden Mischief
by Robert B. Parker

A Spenser novel in which he works on a case involving his girlfriend’s ex-husband who is involved in a sexual harassment suit and a money-laundering scam. The story is told by Spenser. It is enjoyable.

Parker’s male heroes Spenser and Stone are too sensitive and politically correct. They are both pussy whipped feminists. They believe in psychotherapy. Spenser describes the clothes of everyone he talks about as though he were a fag. The voice that tells the Stone stories does the same thing.

Year Read: 2008


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