Re: RARA-AVIS: Parker & Name That Book

Date: 15 Feb 2002


Re your question below:

> I read a medium-boiled PI novel wherein the PI had a
> second career as a writer and, during the course of
> the novel (which was probably the second in the
> series) was writing his second novel. He had a
> Scandanavian love interest whose name rhymed with
> kosha (no, I'm not making this up, don't ask me why
> I
> can remember a pointless detail like that but not
> the
> title or author) and at one point in the novel makes
> a
> peanut butter omelet and says "Spenser, eat your
> heart
> out."

I don't know which book it is, but the character is named Nebraska (that's the only name he gives); the author is William J. Reynolds; and the setting is Omaha. Since he's working on his second book, it must not be the first THE NEBRASKA QUOTIENT, in which his first book is published.


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