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Silent Night (The Spenser Series) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Robert B. Parker
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“This is the perfect holiday treat for crime readers needing another Spenser fix”
Library Journal
“Brann does a seamless job…Diehard Parker fans will be delighted.”
Publishers Weekly


It’s December in Boston, and Spenser is busy planning the menu for Christmas dinner when he’s confronted in his office by a young boy named Slide. Homeless and alone, Slide has found refuge with an organization named Street Business, which gives shelter and seeks job opportunities for the homeless and lost. Slide’s mentor, Jackie Alvarez, is being threatened, and Street Business is in danger of losing its tenuous foothold in the community, turning Slide and many others like him back on the street. But it’s not a simple case of intimidation – Spenser, aided by Hawk, finds a trail that leads to a dangerous drug kingpin, whose hold on the at-risk community Street Business serves threatens not just the boys’ safety and security, but their lives as well. Unfinished at the time of his death, Silent Night was completed by Parker’s longtime agent, whose decades-long association with Parker’s work gives her unique insight and perspective to his voice and storytelling style. Her contribution also speaks volumes about their enduring friendship.


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4.0 von 5 Sternen IT'S SPENSER'S VOICE! 31. Oktober 2013
Format:Audio CD
For those of us still missing the late Robert B. Parker and his iconic Spenser detective series here’s a Christmas present. Helen Brann, Parker’s longtime friend and agent has finished what was evidently his last manuscript. We understand it was to be billed as a Spenser holiday novel. Due to their long and close association Brann seems to have an unerring eye for how Parker would have wanted to complete the story. So, enjoy!

It’s Christmas time in Boston and Spenser has visions of a holiday dinner in his head when he receives a surprise visitor - Slide, an 11-year-old (“going on thirty”) street kid. The boy asks Spenser’s help for Jackie Alvarez, Slide’s mentor. Once homeless Slide found refuge at Street Business where Jackie is the director. This is an unlicensed shelter that takes in many like Slide and hopes to find jobs for them. Obviously, although the shelter receives support from Jackie’s wealthy brother, it can be a hand-to-mouth operation. Now, Jackie is receiving threats and believes someone is trying to close down Street Business. Who can say no to a kid at Christmas? Certainly not Spenser.

He calls on his pal, Hawk, to get to the bottom of the threats and soon finds it’s a deadlier situation than he had realized. A pitiless drug lord is at the bottom of it all and not only is the shelter at stake but lives as well.

Of course, Silent Night is read by the eminent Joe Mantegna who (to my knowledge) has read all of the Spenser series. He has become the voice of Spenser and a terrific one it is. He’s an accomplished Tony-Award winning actor who now stars in the popular Tv series Criminal Minds. Once again he delivers a flawless narration.

- Gail Cooke
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Weihnacht bei Spenser 15. Februar 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Hübsche Weihnachtsgeschichte.
Nichts was man unbedingt haben muss, aber für Spenser-Fans um die Weihnachtszeit gerade richtig.
Also Euch allen eine fröhliche Spenser-Weihnacht.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen this isn't robert b parker, flesh or spirit 24. Oktober 2013
Von David Hupp - Veröffentlicht auf
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Let's stop this ghostly ghost writing.
I'm amazed the author worked closely with Parker, because I wondered if she'd ever read the real thing!
"We were at my place. I was making supper. Susan was at my kitchen counter." This passive-voice drivel introduces a chapter! Parker didn't waste words in such manner and never stopped the action with turgid mush. And, while making supper, Spenser manages to "plate" the linguini without adding the toasted pignoli and bread crumbs just described at some length. Not a minor error and Parker wouldn't "plate" anything (nor would Spenser).
She is inconsistent with Hawk's dialect: first, "Jag be subtle elegance, babe" (correct); second, "Tell Susan I'm looking forward to it." (no, no, no!).
This particular book makes me wonder how Joan Parker ever let it be produced. The only good "Parker" author was Ace Atkins. Enough!
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Worst Spenser Yet 9. November 2013
Von Lee Goldberg - Veröffentlicht auf
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This is hands-down, the worst Spenser novel in the series. What it does do effectively is really make you appreciate the remarkable job Ace Atkins has done with his two Spenser books (even though Parker wrote part of this one, which was finished by his agent). The plotting, if you can call it that, is limp. Spenser is an utterly passive character in this tale who does nothing but sit in his office and wait for people to come by and tell him what he needs to know. He does no detecting. And what little action he does take makes no investigative or rational sense. Come to think of it, nobody in this book....particularly the state and local police...behave in anything remotely realistic or rational. Usually, when Parker's plotting was weak, he'd distract you from it with punchy dialogue and sharply drawn characters. Not this time. The dialogue is expositional and leaden and the characters, especially Spenser, Hawk, and Susan, are reduced to one-dimensional caricatures. SILENT NIGHT is a disappointment on every level. Save yourself the disappointment and skip this book.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Nothing Like Robert B Parker 24. Oktober 2013
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If you are expecting a story scripted in the manner of Robert B. Parker...this is not it...Just because you use the names of Spenser , Susan and Hawk...and others does not make it a Spenser novel...I have only read the first 34 pages...and may not finish this...the characters have no charm and are actually out of character ...I recommend to spend your money elsewhere

Well I tried to read some more and it is pretty much not readable...I'll just donate it to the local library

Well I keep seeing positive reviews popping up...and these people certainly have never read a Robert B. Parker Spenser novel before...and I am guessing that they have not read Silent Night either...I am tired of people posting reviews that are there only to help sales...this needs to be stopped....If I could I would rate this book a minus 100 stars...and that would be kind...loook at the other negative reviews...we are the fans...we have no underlying agenda...I have nothing against the author or the publishing company...if you do decide to buy this book... and if I were a betting man...I would bet you would have a hard time finishing the read...I definitely feel like my money was stolen
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Disappointed 25. Oktober 2013
Von Cynthia Kirkland - Veröffentlicht auf
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I have always been an avid Robert B. Parker/Spenser fan. As such, I have come to expect a certain level of action, including a fair amount of cooking, working out at the gym and gun play/fighting. Regrettably, "Silent Night" doesn't live up to my expectations. I appreciate Helen Brann's desire to continue Parker's writing. She's just not Robert B. Parker and never will be.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Ghosts from the past 25. Oktober 2013
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The CEO of Penguin Books cocked an ear, wondering what he just heard. He looked at the expansive view offered by his window, taking in the cityscape. Across the way were the windows of another building and he could see the secretaries within, sitting at their desks.

"Excuse me, Sir." buzzed his intercom. "There are people in the lobby and security is concerned for our safety."

"Thank you," he said. "I'll look into it." A questioning look took over his face. Rising from his exquisite leather covered chair, the CEO crossed his office and opened the door. A security guard immediately grabbed him and pressed him back into his office. "Hey!"

"Remain inside and keep this door locked!" yelled the guard.


"What's happening?" yelled the CEO.

"Zombies!" cried out the security guard. "The undead are swarming the offices and attacking everyone. They're eating BRAINS! It's awful. There's Spenser and Martin Quirk, Captain Healy, Vinnie Morris, Hawk, Henry Cimoli and Rita Fiore. All dead but brought back to life. Zombies I tell you! Zombieeeees! Oh my God, it's Susan Silverman. Whew! Not as pretty s described anymore. And what's that smell?"

"My God!" cried the CEO. "What have we done?"

"Look out!" screamed the guard. "Jesse Stone is breaking through the outer door. My God, next we'll see Sunny Randall and her friend Spike!" BAM. BAM. BAM. The security guard shot a festering and rotting dog that had made its way through the shattering outer door. "Jeez, I think that was Pearl." said the guard.

Screaming. Chaos. "We just wanted to make a little money! shouted the CEO. "I had no idea what it meant to try to bring all of these characters back to life after all that made them alive and vibrant had passed on. But we did! And now we've created zombies. They look a little like the characters we knew and loved so much, but they aren't those characters at all. They're ...they're ...dead! All dead! We should have never tried to play God and wring a few more lousy dollars by bringing them back from the dead! What have we done? What have we done? Ahhhhrrrgg!"

A crush of mindless book characters breached the portal and fell on the security guard and the hapless CEO. "Brain!" they rumbled as they staggered around the bloodied office. In the days that followed the dreaded zombies were finally rounded up and dispatched back to the darkness from which they'd been wrenched. At the funeral, the state governor said kind words over the fallen publishers. "I hope such a tragedy never occurs again!" he said. "I hope they use their..."

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