Widow's Walk

Widow's Walk

[a Spenser Novel]

Book - 2002
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One of Boston's elite has been murdered. The accused is his new wife. She's blonde, beautiful, and young. The jury's going to hate her. With next-to-no alibi, and multi-million reasons to kill her husband, she needs the best defense money can buy. His name is Spenser, and he'd give anything to believe her.
Publisher: New York : Putnams, 2002
ISBN: 9780425189047
Branch Call Number: PARK
Characteristics: 294 p


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Dec 10, 2016

Lots of unlikeable characters to deal with but our hero is up to the task and actually getting paid for once. Can anyone actually be as dumb as the client is portrayed or is she very smart?

Apr 04, 2012

Good book, I enjoyed it. 7 of 10 for me.

hermlou Mar 01, 2011

Spenser is an enjoyable character, and his dialogue is amusing. He investigates the murder of a wealthy man Smith, whose widow is a young socialite who is not very bright. Not sure what plan to follow, Spencer interviews people on the Smiths' social list, and each one is murdered after the interview. There is enough variety of suspects to keep the book interesting, and there's a twist to the ending, but the body count is high.

Nov 04, 2007

I love this author.

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