In his 31st outing, Boston PI Spenser muses, ”I always hoped that I’d have a case where one day I could use the phrase ‘cause a stir on wall street.”’ And so he does: hired to trail a philandering husband, Spenser stumbles across financial chicanery, a couple of murders, and rampant wife-swapping in corporate America. While the dominoes tumble fairly predictably, Parker keeps the dialogue snappy, Spenser’s sexy banter with his psychiatrist girlfriend adding spice to an already kinky whodunit.
Bad Business In his 31st outing, Boston PI Spenser muses, ''I always hoped that I'd have a case where one day I could use the phrase 'cause a stir on wall street.'...Bad BusinessMystery and ThrillerRobert B. Parker In his 31st outing, Boston PI Spenser muses, ''I always hoped that I'd have a case where one day I could use the phrase 'cause a stir on wall street.'...2004-03-12
Genre: Mystery and Thriller; Author: Robert B. Parker
Posted January 17 2015 — 4:48 AM EST
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