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Series: Spenser

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Chasing the Bear: A Young Spenser Novel by Robert B. ParkerYoung Spenser
The Godwulf Manuscript by Robert B. Parker1
God Save the Child by Robert B. Parker2
Mortal Stakes by Robert B. Parker3
Promised Land by Robert B. Parker4
The Judas Goat by Robert B. Parker5
Looking for Rachel Wallace by Robert B. Parker6
Early Autumn by Robert B. Parker7
A Savage Place by Robert B. Parker8
Ceremony by Robert B. Parker9
The Widening Gyre by Robert B. Parker10
Valediction by Robert B. Parker11
A Catskill Eagle by Robert B. Parker12
Taming a Sea-Horse by Robert B. Parker13
Pale Kings and Princes by Robert B. Parker14
Crimson Joy by Robert B. Parker15
Playmates by Robert B. Parker16
Stardust by Robert B. Parker17
Pastime (Spenser) by Robert B. Parker18
Double Deuce by Robert B. Parker19
Paper doll by Robert B. Parker20
Walking Shadow by Robert B. Parker21
Thin Air by Robert B. Parker22
Chance by Robert B. Parker23
Small Vices by Robert B. Parker24
Sudden Mischief (Spenser) by Robert B. Parker25
Hush Money by Robert B. Parker26
Hugger Mugger by Robert B. Parker27
Potshot by Robert B. Parker28
Widow's Walk by Robert B. Parker29
Back Story by Robert B. Parker30
Bad Business by Robert B. Parker31
Cold Service by Robert B. Parker32
School Days by Robert B. Parker33
Hundred-Dollar Baby by Robert B. Parker34
Now & Then by Robert B. Parker35
Rough Weather by Robert B. Parker36
The Professional by Robert B. Parker37
Painted Ladies by Robert B. Parker38
Sixkill by Robert B. Parker39
Robert B. Parker's Lullaby by Ace Atkins40
Robert B. Parker's Wonderland by Ace Atkins41
Silent Night: A Spenser Holiday Novel by Robert B. Parker42
Robert B. Parker's Cheap Shot by Ace Atkins43
Robert B. Parker's Kickback by Ace Atkins44
Robert B. Parker's Slow Burn (Spenser) by Ace Atkins45
Robert B. Parker's Little White Lies (Spenser) by Ace Atkins46
Robert B. Parker's Old Black Magic (Spenser) by Ace Atkins47

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