Taming A Sea-horse

Taming A Sea-horse

A Spenser Novel

Book - 1986
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In his latest highly acclaimed Spenser novel, Robert B. Parker takes readers into the murky big-city underground where Spenser undertakes an intense search for a beautiful, missing prostitute, and finds himself traveling amidst the sleaze of Times Square where sex is a commodity, and young girls are the currency. This phenomenal bestseller, with a million-copy paperback first printing is supported by national TV advertising and a 6-month backlist reissue program.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Delacorte Press/S. Lawrence, c1986
ISBN: 9780385294614
Branch Call Number: Suspense F Par


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Jul 18, 2016

Spenser once again a knight in faded armor expending a lot of energy to save one of his previous "projects" . He gets several people killed by digging where he likely shouldn't be and does show that the villains are not the whores or the pimps but the johns and perverts that make it all possible. Does any thinking human really want to sell themselves on the street? The oldest profession is a very nasty profession for all.


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