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Popular Boston private investigator Spenser and his sidekick Hawk investigate untoward doings at a venerable university that involve politics, sex, and race and develop into a vast racial conspiracy, even as Spenser copes with stalkers and a love problem.
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Sometimes a detective's life is all work for no pay. As a favor to his buddy Hawk, Spenser agrees to investigate a man unjustly denied tenure. Then Spenser's girlfriend, Susan, asks Spenser to help stop a stalker. Plenty of work, sure, but all done pro bono. "Two cases at a time. I thought about having 'Master Sleuth' added to my business cards." As the cases unfold, Spenser (and Hawk) charm and batter their way past policemen, stockbrokers, hit men, white supremacists, an unstable woman, and a stuffy tenure committee. Author Robert B. Parker tells a good story, but his real strength is in his dialog--the rhythm of which Burt Reynolds captures perfectly. A fantastic reader, Reynolds uses a wide range of voices and accents to bring Parker's characters to life. (Running time: 9 hours, 6 cassettes) --C.B. DelaneyAbout the Author:
Parker is the internationally best-selling author of the Spenser mysteries. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Reynolds is an actor.
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Book Description Dove Entertainment Inc, 1999. Audio Cassette. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110787118702