Painted Ladies by Robert B. Parker
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Painted Ladies Summary
Called upon by The Hammond Museum and renowned art scholar Dr. Ashton Prince, Spenser accepts his latest case: to provide protection during a ransom exchange - money for a stolen painting.
Painted Ladies Reviews
"While this crime thriller is short on the kind of grit and character...fans should still relish this probably final opportunity to enjoy the inimitable Spenser." - Publishers Weekly
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Robert B. Parker Author Biography
Robert B. Parker was the author of more than 60 books including westerns and young-adult novels, but is best known for his detective novels featuring Boston private-eye Spenser. In recent years he introduced a new protagonist, Jesse Stone, an alcoholic ex-ballplayer turned small-town chief of police.
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