Question of the Day:
If people who read books on paper are called bookworms,
then are people who
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Widow's Walk - Robert B. Parker - BOT #5886
indefatigable, poetry-dishing Spenser finds himself in the middle of yet another
whopper of a case. A seemingly-dim blonde with a supermodel-class body is
accused of murdering her blue-blooded, Mayflower-descended banker of a husband.
Her alibi: she was watching SURVIVOR in another room. Mary Fiore, Spenser's
seductive lawyer-friend, a former prosecutor, realizes that her client needs
some help, and commissions Spenser to dig up the truth. This is easier said than
done, but a few gunsels, thugs, and murders later, Spenser makes the connection
between the dead banker and a real-estate scam gone sour. There's a resolution
to the case, but the fun is in seeing the greed and sexual intrigue play out.