Required Reading

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Saturday, February 21, 2015

Resolution by Robert B. Parker



This is the same Robert Parker who wrote the Spenser detective series.  this is a western not a detective story. 

There is a distinct similarity between Everett Hicks and Spenser as to personality and repartee. Hicks relationship with Virgil Cole bears a striking similarity to the relationship Spenser shared with Hawk.  Despite the similarities I still really enjoyed the story.  it is a stereotypical western theme of greed and corruption.  A town needs cleaned up and Hicks and Cole tackle the job with some unlikely allies.

This is a very quick read so if you are going to the beach take an extra book.

I recommend. 

Web Site: http://www.robertbparker.net/

Here is an interesting article about who is writing the books that still have Robert Parker's name on them. 

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