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In the latest thriller featuring the legendary Boston PI, Spenser heads to the City of Angels to meet old friends and new enemies in a baffling missing person case that might shake Tinseltown to its core.

Gabby Leggett left her Boston family with big dreams of making it big as a model/actress in Hollywood. Two years later, she disappears from her apartment. Her family, former boyfriend, friends - and the police - have no idea where she is and no leads. Leggett's mother hires Spenser to find her, with help of his former apprentice, Zebulon Sixkill, now an LA private eye.

Spenser barely has time to unpack before the trail leads to a powerful movie studio boss, the Armenian mob, and a shadowy empowerment group some say might be a dangerous cult.

It's soon clear that Spenser and Sixkill may be outgunned this time, and series favorites Chollo and Bobby Horse ride to the rescue to provide backup. From the mansions of Beverly Hills to the lawless streets of a small California town, Spenser will need to watch his step. In Hollywood, all that glitters isn't gold. And not all those who wander are lost.

©2019 Ace Atkins (P)2019 Random House Audio

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  • Sy Ellis
  • 15-03-2021

Good old Spenser humor

Characters from past novels rejoin Spenser in Hollywood. Good description of the LA streets & restaurants. Lots of unpredictable action.

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  • Keith
  • 02-03-2021

Another great Spenser novel

ASAP skins must be channelling the spirit of Robert B. Parker He definitely writes a lot like Robert Parker And this is a great read for any Spenser fan.

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  • Terri
  • 12-08-2020

A Spenser Mystery

Can anyone tell me why Ace Atkins He never puts hawk. Does her not like Hawk?

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  • Rodriguez
  • 05-06-2020

Good Ole Spenser with some exciting swag

Intriguing and very exciting. Nail biting from the start, love the new mindset to a already great series.

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  • Barbara
  • 27-05-2020

Mantegna

Always like Mantegna, but this is not Robert Parker’s Spenser. It lacks his spirit and humor.

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  • R. A. Frank
  • 17-04-2020

Spenser is back!

This is by far the best effort by Ace Atkins to keep Spenser alive. It was real and it was great!

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  • Shaun Belding
  • 05-04-2020

Didn't feel quite right

I've really enjoyed Ace Atkins' Spenser books, but this felt off. Not sure why he decided to make Susan a little courser with the liberal use of f-bombs and decidedly un-Susan-like behaviour. The cleverly written interactions between her and Spenser were conspicuously absent.

The lightheartedness was missing. I hope this is a one-off. I did like, however, the subtle nod to Robert Crais. I wonder how many people will catch it!

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  • Julie
  • 04-02-2020

Spenser must be 80 plus years old but it doesn’t matter.

Ace Atkins continues to hold up the tradition of Robert B Parker with another excellent Spenser story. I especially liked the appearance of Joe Pike of Elvis Cole fame by Robert Crais.
Robert B Parker created well loved characters who live on! Thank you, Mr. Parker.

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  • stronnes
  • 22-01-2020

not up to his standard

The author seems to have run out of plot lines and extended the length of the book with gratuitous swearing. tedious

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  • Audio Gobbler
  • 08-12-2019

Spenser is still Spenser

Ace is doing a great job of keeping Spenser alive and vibrant. Joe, as usual, does an awesome job. Keep them coming, Ace, Spenser is one of my inspirations in my own writing.

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  • Mr. A. P. J. Tyler
  • 08-03-2020

Not the best Spenser novel

I generally like these Spenser novels but not a big fan of this one. Started off well and the chapters are punchy and fast paced but by the halfway point I had lost interest.

Made it through to the end. I will be trying to get me credit back on this one though!!

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  • goldmoonstorm
  • 05-12-2019

Much better

Much better than the last one tho I do miss Hawk when he is not there

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