By Robert B. Parker
A sour divorce is just the start. First the daddy hires thugs to kidnap his son. Then the mummy hires Spenser to get the boy again. yet once Spenser senses the lay of the land, he makes a decision to do a little kidnapping of his own.
With a freelance out on his existence, he heads for the Maine woods, decided to offer a puny 15 yr outdated a crash path in survival and to overcome his risky rivals at their very own brutal video game.
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He is. I know you’re laughing at me, but you don’t know him. ” She sat on the edge of the chair, her knees pressed together, her hands, one of them holding the sherry, were pressed together on top of her knees. She leaned forward toward me and moistened her bottom lip with the tip of her tongue. Vulnerable. ” She lowered her eyes. “Yes,” she said. “That’s quite expensive. ” “That’s all right, I have money. I don’t care. ” I said. She looked startled. “I don’t know. ” “I can’t stay here till the boy’s twenty-one.
The kid shifted slightly. “Come on,” I said. ” He got up. “What’s the latest you’ll be home,” he said to his mother. “I’ll be home before twelve,” she said. Stephen said, “Good meeting you, Spenser. ” “Likewise I’m sure,” I said. We went out. ” “I felt bad for you,” I said. ” “That’s probably wise,” I said. ” I turned out of Emerson Road. ” I said. “Left,” he said. “I don’t think I could pull it off,” I said. ” “Not caring,” I said. ” “Well, I’m not,” he said. “Good,” I said. ” “I don’t care,” he said.
I got used to it on the cops. Any cop does. ” “I know,” Susan said. ” “Yeah. The old man will take him again. She’ll try to get him back. They’re too stupid and too lousy to let this go. ” “You’d be smart to say no if she does. ” “I know,” I said. We were quiet. I turned off of Route 128 at the Smithfield Center exit and drove to Susan’s house. “I’ve got a bottle of new Beaujolais,” Susan said in the kitchen. ” I said. “I certainly will,” Susan said. ” “Oh, honeylips,” I said. ” She handed me the bottle of wine.
Early Autumn by Robert B. Parker