Parker's books were OK, except for that horrible Susan. Why do the men
on this list accept Susan as a wonderful love interest yet Debbi and I
And Debbi, I've just read Identity Crisis and enjoyed it a lot. Having a
solo lawyer as protagonist is a good balance between PI and amateur, and
I don't recall anyone but Pelecanos utilizing suburban Maryland for a
Debbi Mack wrote:
> I loved Parker's early Spenser books (haven't read the later ones, so I can't comment on those). Parker was a great writer, no question. Spenser and Hawk are wonderful characters (something I, unfortunately, can't say for Spenser's love interest, Susan).
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