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Looking For Rachel Wallace by Robert B. Parker
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Sep 14, 2008

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bookshelves: mysteries, adult
Read in January, 1988

I've read all the Spenser series books, 35 of them, over the last 20 years. I will continue to read them because reading this series is like revisiting old friends, following significant and insignificant changes and developments in their histories--their experiences and relationships.

This book is vintage Spenser. Tough, funny detective is hired to protect prickly lesbian activist/writer on a book tour in Boston. They argue; she fires him; she gets kidnapped. He searches for her because of an unspoken but nonetheless exacting sense of personal responsibility and honor. He shares this code with both cops and criminals. And he has the coolest colleague in the world——Hawk, erudite, ironic, and ever so deadly. Love Spenser, love Hawk forever.

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