It does not go well.
Spenser takes it on himself to discover the killers and uncovers a larger conspiracy involving art stolen by the Nazis, academia and a shady organization.
This book was a bit different in that the whole of the crime was wrapped up in a higher moral task of returning stolen art to rightful owners who suffered untold losses during World War Two.
The bad guys were creative, smart and nearly invisible but they made one crucial mistake; underestimating Spenser.
This was a first rate book, the only disappointment I had with it was the absence of Hawk who's take on cases and his interplay with Spenser is one of the things I look forward to.
This was well worth the time to read.
Truly Parker had his character down pat. I love reading a book where the author is in complete command.
|Robert B Parker|