I can't understand why authors such as Parker and James Patterson sell so many books. This is a business with small volume and large overhead. It bothers Spenser on a personal level more than professional, and it bothers him that April seemingly rejects even the possibility of love. Round up to two and a half. I don't want to give any spoilers, but I'll just say that it was a moving and difficult ending. In the Hitch-Cole series, Virgil Cole's whore Allie French is constantly performing acts that would destroy any relationship, yet she is constantly forgiven. Towards the end of the book the dialogue gets a little less strong, but it remains very good still.
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