Synopses & Reviews
Boston P.I. Sunny Randall joins forces with the most important man in her life-her father-to crack a thirty-year-old case. Hi Phil, You miss me? I got bored, so I thought I'd reestablish our relationship. Give us both something to do in our later years. Stay tuned. Spare Change When a serial murderer dubbed The Spare Change Killer by the Boston press surfaces after three decades in hiding, the police immediately seek out the cop, now retired, who headed the original task force: Phil Randall. As a sharp-eyed investigator and a doting parent (You're smart. You're tough. You, too, are a paradigm of law enforcement perfection, and you're my kid), Phil calls on his daughter, Sunny, to help catch the criminal who eluded him so many years before. Sunny is certain that she's found her man after interviewing just a handful of suspects. Though she has no evidence against Bob Johnson, she trusts her intuition. And she knows the power she has over him-she can feel the skittishness and sexual tension that he radiates when he's around her-but persuading her father and the rest of the task force is a different story. When the killer strikes a second and third time, the murders take a macabre turn, as the victims each eerily resemble Sunny. While her father pressures her to drop the case, Sunny's need to create a trap to nab her killer grows. In a compelling game of cat-and-mouse, Sunny uses all her skills to draw out her prey, realizing too late that she's setting herself up to become the next victim.
The new Sunny Randall novel first time in mass market
Boston P.I. Sunny Randall joins forces with the most important man in her lifeher fatherto crack a thirty-year-old case.
Boston P.I. Sunny Randall joins forces with her father to crack a 30-year-old case. In a compelling game of cat-and-mouse, Sunny uses all her skills to draw out her prey, unaware that she's setting herself up as the next victim. Available in a tall Premium Edition.
About the Author
Robert B. Parker was the author of seventy books, including the legendary Spenser detective series, the novels featuring Police Chief Jesse Stone, and the acclaimed Virgil Cole-Everett Hitch westerns, as well as the Sunny Randall novels. Winner of the Mystery Writers of America Grand Master Award and long considered the undisputed dean of American crime fiction, he died in January 2010.