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Early Autumn by Robert B. Parker
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Aug 27, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: 2004-reads, mystery-thrillers, series, spenser-series

(#7 of the Spenser series) By far the best of the series so far. It's the same basic story: screwed up kid is screwed up even worse by awful parents. But in this case, Spenser realizes the kid, Paul Giacomin, doesn't deserve to be reunited with his folks. Spenser begins to make a man of the boy by taking him to a cabin in Maine where they build a cabin. This is the introduction of Paul who, from what I hear, appears in later books. This was more of the emotional side of Spenser exposed than anything else. It truly showed the caring side of him. I loved it.

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