Taming a Sea-Horse
by Robert B. Parker

A typical Spenser novel. He persistently looks for a missing whore, which causes another whore and her pimp to be killed. He gets to prove his toughness by beating up the murdered whores evil father and, with Hawks help, by humiliating three thugs sent to scare him. The title comes from a Robert Browning poem and makes no sense.

Year Read: 2008

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