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Robert B. Parker was the author of more than fifty books. He died in January 2010.
"Crackling prose and juicy repartee."--Entertainment Weekly"The best Spenser novel since Early Autumn."--The Associated Press "Plenty of entertainment...The two-fisted P.I. is in good form and his creator in fine fettle here."--Los Angeles Times "Spenser fans...will be thrilled to have their wise-cracking Boston private eye back again...navigating the perilous shoals of suburban discontent and ripped-from-the-headlines horror stories--with only his fanciful German pointer, Pearl, to keep him company."--New York Post "Spenser returns! He fights, he flirts, he cooks, he wisecracks, he quotes poetry. This thirty-third outing for the Boston private eye is one of the most psychologically astute and well-choreographed entries in the entire series. This is a high point in one of the genre's classic series."--Booklist "A pleasure...another solid installment in this fine, enduring series."--Publishers Weekly "Vintage Parker...Everyone interested in mystery and contemporary writing in general should read at least one of the Spenser novels."--Library Journal "Parker is at the top of his game...School Days [is] one of the best and most timely books Mr. Parker has ever written."--Midwest Book Review "A crackling yarn."--Boston Magazine