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Night and Day (Jesse Stone Novels) Audio CD – Unabridged, February 24, 2009
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- Publisher : Random House Audio; Unabridged edition (February 24, 2009)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 073935745X
- ISBN-13 : 978-0739357453
- Item Weight : 6.4 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.05 x 1.15 x 5.95 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,597,995 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Not immediately noticed is the Night Hawk, a rather literate Peeping Tom whose behavior seems to be escalating in unpredictable ways. Stone and his 24 sworn officers work feverishly to catch this perv before someone really gets hurt. Stone in the meantime his seeing his own shrink trying to sort out his feelings towards his ex-wife Jenn who has left Boston to a a weather lady in a new syndicated show and moved in with its male producer,
Like all Parker novels, the writing is slick and filled with irony and insight. Characters from other series like Sunny Randle,, Rita Fiore, Spike, and Susan Silverman wander in and out of the pages of Night and Day. It is, like all Parker vels, thoroughly enjoyable.
Hallmark left out the juicy parts so must read the books.
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Discovered Jesse Stone via the brilliant TV movies and this was the first novel I read. All the books are a joy to read, great writing style, dialogue & humor and quick reading I always open a Jesse Stone book when I know I have time to read in one sitting undisturbed. They run along at a great pace encompassing engaging characters, plenty of twists and emotions. When I finish one of these novels I always feel I have been properly entertained and can't wait to open the next. I have not read them in sequence which so far hasn't been a problem.
I hope a decision is made soon on the future of the TV films 'we need more', Tom Selleck has stated he has not finished with the character :-) so in the meantime enjoying getting my Jesse Stone fix via Kindle, couple of published novels yet to hit the Kindle market hope they do soon and hoping for more Jesse Stone novels with the colaboration of Michael Brandman.
I was initially drawn to the Jesse Stone films starring Tom Sellick and am now starting No.13 and although the writers have changed the same thoughtful, brooding, flawed & principled character remains a constant in a hugely enjoyable series. I'll be looking at the spenser series next.
Jesse is a gem don't miss him.