Robert B. Parker's Fool Me Twice

Robert B. Parker's Fool Me Twice

A Jesse Stone Novel

Large Print - 2012
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Summer in Paradise, Massachusetts, is usually an idyllic season?--but not this time. A Hollywood movie company has come to town, and brought with it a huge cast, crew, and a troubled star. Marisol Hinton is very beautiful, reasonably talented, and scared out of her wits that her estranged husband's jealousy might take a dangerous turn. When she becomes the subject of a death threat, Jesse and the rest of the Paradise police department go on high alert. And when Jesse witnesses a horrifying collision caused by a distracted teenage driver, the political repercussions of her arrest bring him into conflict with the local selectment, the DA, and some people with very deep pockets. There's murder in the air, and it's Jesse's reputation as an uncompromising defender of the law--and his life--on the line.
Publisher: Detroit : Thorndike Press, 2012
Edition: Large print ed
Description: 307 p. (large print) ; 23 cm
ISBN: 9781410451163
141045116X
Branch Call Number: LP Park
Additional Contributors: Parker, Robert B. 1932-2010

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7626dee
Oct 04, 2016

I don't want to encourage the continued ill use of Parker's name and characters. This is a screen play and will likely be ok for Tom Select to use.

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PurBar
Dec 19, 2015

Captures the rhythm growth of relationships in Paradise. Its BETTER than RBP's Jesse!

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Piemanthe3rd
Jul 26, 2014

Michael Bradman does an admirable job of mimicking the style of Robert Parker. It isn't perfect but one can't expect it to be. The book was enjoyable overall, though it did, sadly, have many shortcomings that made it from feeling like a true Jesse Stone story. There are some incredibly stereotypical characters who were much too silly to take seriously and I really felt like, despite some small victories, this book just ultimately resulted in a failure of the police force overall, which isn't what one wants to see in these sorts of books. A good read nevertheless.

akasq Mar 02, 2013

A fast one or two night read.
Jesse stone is no SPENSER,
but maybe its just Tom Selleck
does not match the character.
Robert B. Parker, along with all of his
character are realty missed.

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jprp11
Feb 25, 2013

Mindless and totally predictable.

mrsgail5756 Nov 19, 2012

The book was okay – but not one of my favorites.

Ranie_Elias Oct 20, 2012

A truly enjoyable Jesse Stone Book...an amazing story...

MadameCurie1 Sep 21, 2012

As always this was a fun & quick read!!!

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dcafk
Sep 19, 2012

This is an easy, quick, mindless, totally predictable, fun read. It would fit easily into a tv format; watch for it.

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sheri06 Sep 21, 2012

Since I love the Jesse Stone character ..I really liked this book. However, I truly miss Robert Parker, without him this series is not nearly as special..Jesse is very wordy in parts, which does not fit in with the image of Jesse that Robert Parker created. By the end of the novel..it was almost back on track. I realize that it must be very difficult to follow in another authors footprints..and there may also be the compulsion to make Jesse into the character you want him to be! I do appreciate the effort to keep this story line alive..I do miss you Robert Parker!

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