Widow’s Walk
by Robert B. Parker

A Spenser novel in which he works on a case for the lawyers representing a dumb blonde accused of murdering her rich banker husband. The story is told by Spenser. It is enjoyable, but it has too many characters and is too complicated.

Year Read: 2008


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