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Sideswipe (Hoke Moseley #3)
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Hoke Moseley has had enough. Tired of struggling against alimony payments, two teenage daughters, a very pregnant, very single partner, and a low paying job as a Miami homicide detective, Hoke moves t…
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NYC 1950s. In the first volume of the series, Parker roars into New York City, seeking revenge on the woman who betrayed him and on the man who took his money, stealing and scamming his way to redempt…
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The Drowning Pool (Lew Archer, #2)
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When a millionaire matriarch is found floating face-down in the family pool, the prime suspects are her good-for-nothing son and his seductive teenage daughter. In The Drowning Pool, Lew Archer takes …
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The Friends of Eddie Coyle
4.06 avg. rating
· 5587 Ratings
These are the friends of Eddie Jackie Brown, the gun leader; Dillon, part-time contract killer; Jimmy Scalisi, gang leader. All the hoods, gunmen, drivers, thieves and executioners wheeling, dealing, …
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The Outfit (Parker, #3)
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When the Outfit tries to kill him, Parker declares war. Ripping off the syndicate is easy, but going one-on-one with Bronson, the Outfit's big boss, is the hard part. Hard for anyone but Parker, becau…
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The Man With The Getaway Face (Parker, #2)
Master thief Parker comes to a plastic surgeon in Nebraska with a face that the Outfit--the New York syndicate--wants to decorate with a bullet. But nothing can keep Parker away from his old life of c…
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The Sour Lemon Score (Parker, #12)
4.07 avg. rating
· 1386 Ratings
Bank robberies should run like clockwork, right? If your name’s Parker, you expect nothing less. Until, that is, one of your partners gets too greedy for his own good. The four-way split following a j…
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Grifters (Mulholland Classic)
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To his friends, to his coworkers, and even to his mistress Moira, Roy Dillon is an honest hardworking salesman. He lives in a cheap hotel just within his pay bracket. He goes to work every day. He has…
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Slayground (Parker, #14)
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· 1322 Ratings
The Wheel of Fortune turned and Parker figured his number had finally come up. An armored car heist had gone sour. His partners were dead or dying. He had escaped with the loot, but holing up in a des…
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The Sins of the Fathers (Matthew Scudder, #1)

The pretty young prostitute is dead. Her alleged murderer—a minister's son—hanged himself in his jail cell. The case is closed. But the dead girl's father has come to Matthew Scudder for answers, send…

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Getaway (Mulholland Classic)
3.89 avg. rating
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Doc McCoy is the most skilled criminal alive. But when for the first time in Doc's long criminal career, his shot doesn't hit the mark, everything begins to fall apart. And Doc begins to realize that …
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The Black Ice Score (Parker, #11)
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A corrupt African colonel has converted half his country's wealth into diamonds and smuggled them to a Manhattan safe house. Four upstanding citizens plan to rescue their new nation by stealing the di…
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Comeback (Parker, #17)
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· 1111 Ratings
A robbery of a Christian Crusade executed in the heat of the night comes off without a hitch, but it seems that the evangelist, the cops, the criminals, and the church's security officer are all after…
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Ask The Parrot (Parker, #23)
3.83 avg. rating
· 1075 Ratings
Sometimes mystery master Donald E. Westlake is the author of uproarious crime capers. Sometimes he has a mean streak-and its name is Parker. From his noir classic The Man with the Getaway Face to his …
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· 3626 Ratings
Nick Corey is a terrible sheriff on purpose. He doesn't solve problems, enforce rules or arrest criminals. He knows that nobody in tiny Potts County actually wants to follow the law and he is perfectl…
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Dirty Money (Parker, #24)
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· 895 Ratings
Master criminal Parker takes another turn for the worse as he tries to recover loot from a heist gone terribly wrong. In Nobody Runs Forever, Parker and two cohorts stole the assets of a bank in trans…
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52 Pickup
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· 6371 Ratings
Detroit businessman Harry Mitchell is a self-made man, happily married for over twenty-two years and a pillar of the community. But then he slips--he meets a young "model" and begins an affair. One ni…
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Backflash (Parker, #18)
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· 1416 Ratings
Following on the heels of Comeback, a New York Times Notable Book, a new Parker adventure finds the master thief deep in troubled waters when his plan to hijack a riverboat casino goes awry. 20,000 fi…
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Riding the Rap
3.78 avg. rating
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Before U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens began electrifying TV viewers across America (in the hit series Justified), he “starred” in Elmore Leonard’s Riding the Rap—an explosive, twisty tale of a brazen Flor…
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The Real Cool Killers (Harlem Cycle, #2)
When Harlemites set about each other with knives, it's an everyday kind of happening. But when a white man is shot dead in a Harlem street one steamy evening it means trouble, big trouble.
Plenty of pe…
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The Green Eagle Score (Parker, #10)
3.99 avg. rating
· 1109 Ratings
Here’s Parker—planning to steal the entire payroll of an Air Force base in upstate New York, with help from Marty Fusco, fresh out of the pen, and a smart aleck finance clerk named Devers. Holed up wi…
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The Moving Target (Lew Archer, #1)
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· 3232 Ratings
Like many Southern California millionaires, Ralph Sampson keeps odd company - there's the sun-worshipping holy man to whom Sampson once gave his very own mountain, and don't forget the fading actress …
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The Mourner (Parker, #4)
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· 2018 Ratings
The statue wore white and grieved. Parker wasn’t interested in its sentimental value. The thief cared more about retrieving a certain gun that came with it, the one he had used in a previous crime tha…
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The Barbarous Coast (Lew Archer, #6)
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· 999 Ratings
The beautiful, high-diving blonde had Hollywood dreams and stars in her eyes but now she seems to have disappeared without a trace. Hired by her hotheaded husband and her rummy “uncle,” Lew Archer sni…
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Bank Shot (Dortmunder, #2)
4.04 avg. rating
· 2148 Ratings
When John Dortmunder sets out to rob a bank, he really means it. He steals the whole thing. With the help of his usual crew, as well as a sophomoric ex-FBI man and a militant safecracker, Dortmunder p…
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Eight Million Ways to Die (Matthew Scudder, #5)
Nobody knows better than Matthew Scudder how far down a person can sink in this city. A young prostitute named Kim knew it also—and she wanted out. Maybe Kim didn't deserve the life fate had dealt her…
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Firebreak (Parker, #20)
3.88 avg. rating
· 888 Ratings
Parker put down the body and answered the phone. And from that moment on he had two jobs to do. One was to rob a remote Montana lodge where a dot-com billionaire hid stolen art treasures in his baseme…
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Get Shorty (Chili Palmer, #1)
3.98 avg. rating
· 20528 Ratings
Mob-connected loan shark Chili Palmer is sick of the Miami grind—plus his “friends” have a bad habit of dying there. So when he chases a deadbeat client out to Hollywood, Chili figures he might like t…
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Flashfire (Parker, #19)
4.00 avg. rating
· 1171 Ratings
Melander likes to do things flashy. When Parker finds himself working with Melander on a bank heist in a mid-sized midwestern city, his job is throwing a Molotov cocktail into a gas station. The resul…
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Plunder Squad (Parker, #15)
4.03 avg. rating
· 839 Ratings
Hearing the click behind him, Parker threw his glass straight back over his right shoulder and dove off his chair to the left.

When a job looks like amateur hour, Parker walks away. But even a squad of…
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The Rare Coin Score (Parker, #9)
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· 1199 Ratings
When it comes to heists, Parker believes in some cardinal rules. On this job, he breaks two of them: never bring a dame along—especially not one you like—and never, ever, work with amateurs. Neverthel…
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