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Silent Night: A Spenser Holiday Novel (Spenser Series #42)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

The first few pages I had a difficult time getting the rythm of

The first few pages I had a difficult time getting the rythm of Brann's writing.    Shortly there after, I found the rythm and very much enjoyed this version of Spenser.     She seemed to have captured the essence of Spenser and the cadence of his speech, which is somet...
The first few pages I had a difficult time getting the rythm of Brann's writing.    Shortly there after, I found the rythm and very much enjoyed this version of Spenser.     She seemed to have captured the essence of Spenser and the cadence of his speech, which is something that I  consistantly enjoy.

As has been the case with many recent Spenser novels more Hawk would have been nice.    Also the book was much smaller in size and page count than I am used to.  When I purchase a hardback (always my preference) I want something of substance.   This felt almost like a paperback.

posted by ericnolan on October 29, 2013

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Most Helpful Critical Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Brann finished Robert B. Parker's novel Silent Night with a flou

Brann finished Robert B. Parker's novel Silent Night with a flourish. As much as I hate to say this the men who took over for his Jesse Stone and Spencer novels is missing the point. It is time to let Mr. Parker and his wonderful characters rest in peace.

posted by cage1947 on November 19, 2013

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