Racing through the backwoods of Massachusetts and on the verge of being taken down for one of the biggest and most disastrous bank heists the state has ever seen, Parker runs right into the barrel of a gun pointed from the wrong side of the law.A quiet and angry recluse with only a silent parrot for company in his seclusion, Tom Lindahl saves Parker from the police dogs, but enmeshes him in yet another in a long line of dubious, highly dangerous, but seriously profitable jobs.Far more than some aimless indigent, holed up in a shack in the woods, Lindahl is a man built on rage and driven by a thirst for revenge. A whistleblower whom nobody heard, a man tossed aside by a corrupt political establishment, Lindahl plans to rob them of their lucre and needs Parker's help.More
"As with any Parker novel, things go to hell in bits and pieces as the tight-knit plan unravels, while Parker, ever the cold-blooded professional, deals with the pitiful attempts of amateurs and law enforcement alike to bring him down." (Publishers Weekly)
"Dufris's delivery of the characters' voices, complete with local accents, is totally believable. Author Stark is also known as Donald Westlake." (AudioFile)
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Ok. Not as good as some of the others,
Parker does it again!
As usual, Parker's logical approach to every situation, with nerves-of-steel, always prepared to do what he must to stay alive and free. He has a gift for psychological insights into what makes people tick.
The convoluted twists and turns with these interesting characters.
His ability to portray the different characters.
No, although these Parker stories are short, like novellas. These are great books for a day at the beach.
Either you like the Parker series, or you don't. I love this clever anti-hero. Just wouldn't want to ever meet up with him! (Glad this is fiction.)