Night and Day : Jesse Stone Mysteries

  • by Robert B. Parker
  • Narrated by James Naughton
  • Series: Jesse Stone Mysteries
  • 5 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Police chief Jesse Stone has received his share of unusual calls, but none can top the one from the local junior high school. When reports of lewd conduct by the school's principal, Betsy Ingersoll, filter into the station, Jesse is faced with a particularly delicate situation. Jesse, of course, would like nothing more than to see the prim, peculiar Ingersoll punished. But Betsy Ingersoll is married to the managing partner of the biggest law firm in the state, and Jay Ingersoll wants the matter buried. And he is used to getting what he wants.At the same time, the women of Paradise are being threatened by a tormented voyeur, dubbed "The Night Hawk," who's been scouring suburban neighborhoods as evening falls. Initially he's content to simply peer through windows, but as pressure builds, he becomes more reckless, entering homes, forcing his victims to strip at gunpoint, then photographing them at their most vulnerable. And according to the notes he's sending, he's not satisfied to stop there. It's up to Jesse to catch the Night Hawk, before it's too late.


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author can't remember his story lines

I've enjoyed Robert parker books but this book has messed up both the Jesse stone and the Sonny Randall series for me. Mr parker only needs to go back to the last 2 Sonny Randall books to realize that he has messed the plot line in night and day because he wanted to get rid of Jen and bring Sonny Randall back as a love interest. So he merely pretends the last 2 Sonny Randall books don't exist and uses her in the story line while pretending that she and her ex husband are not seeing one another. My question to mr Parker is since Richie was mas married and divorced from his wife during the last 2 Sonny Randall books and he had given it all up for Sonny, have you married him off again? I enjoyed one Sonny Randall and her brief affair with Jesse and her appearance in several other books but I'm soory that I bought this book and probably won't be buying anymore books in the Jesse Stone series until he gets his plot lines straight.
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- John

Fair to Midlin' Parker

Robert B Parker is a master at tight storylines, great characters and perfect dialogue.

This is standard Parker -- exactly what you expect, with a lot of sex driven stuff that makes me think maybe he's working out some issues.

The story is listenable...but like most of Parker's stuff, it's over way too soon -- which I suppose is a good thing.
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- David

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-24-2009
  • Publisher: Random House Audio