Very good read twice.
I miss Robert b. Parker's. & His writing.
I'm glad to see his great characters
live on. Spenser.jesse Stone, Virgil Cole And Sunny Randall. All his supporing characters ( to many to name) Made for hours of enjoyable
Brandman attempts to mimic Parker's inimitable style but comes far short. The dialog is trite, the plot shallow, and Jesse loses a lot of his character in the translation. Ace Atkins does a much more effective Parker imitation in his Spenser knockoffs. If this is your first exposure to "Parker," go back and read some of the master's marvelous stories for a real treat.
Brandman follows in the footsteps of Robert Parker and has big shoes to fill. Damned If You Do fell a little short compared to previous works but it was a quick afternoon read with lots of short chapters. Always a pleasure to spend time with Jesse Stone, Suitcase, and Molly.
Made me think Robert Parker was still writing, fun to read.
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