Sep 28, 2022
De rozenmoordenaar
Posted by Robert B. Parker W.D. Holleman

[PDF] De rozenmoordenaar | by ✓ Robert B. Parker W.D. Holleman, De rozenmoordenaar, Robert B. Parker W.D. Holleman, De rozenmoordenaar Er spookt een moordlustige maniak door de stad en de politie kan hem niet te pakken krijgen De moordenaar laat een langstelige rode roos achter op het lijk van iedere vrouw die hij heeft omgebracht De rozenmoordenaar is dan ook de schrik van elke vrouw die na donker nog over straat moet Wanneer Spenser bij de zaak betrokken wordt raakt het ook zijn priv leven Er wordEr spookt [PDF] De rozenmoordenaar | by ✓ Robert B. Parker W.D. Holleman - De rozenmoordenaar, De rozenmoordenaar Er spookt een moordlustige maniak door de stad en de politie kan hem niet te pakken krijgen De moordenaar laat een langstelige rode roos achter op het lijk van iedere vrouw die hij heeft omgebracht D

  • Title: De rozenmoordenaar
  • Author: Robert B. Parker W.D. Holleman
  • ISBN: 9789062914289
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
[PDF] De rozenmoordenaar | by ✓ Robert B. Parker W.D. Holleman, De rozenmoordenaar, Robert B. Parker W.D. Holleman, De rozenmoordenaar Er spookt een moordlustige maniak door de stad en de politie kan hem niet te pakken krijgen De moordenaar laat een langstelige rode roos achter op het lijk van iedere vrouw die hij heeft omgebracht De rozenmoordenaar is dan ook de schrik van elke vrouw die na donker nog over straat moet Wanneer Spenser bij de zaak betrokken wordt raakt het ook zijn priv leven Er wordEr spookt

[PDF] De rozenmoordenaar | by ✓ Robert B. Parker W.D. Holleman - De rozenmoordenaar, De rozenmoordenaar Er spookt een moordlustige maniak door de stad en de politie kan hem niet te pakken krijgen De moordenaar laat een langstelige rode roos achter op het lijk van iedere vrouw die hij heeft omgebracht D

William

Because I love you, I said Because you are in my life like the music at the edge of silence 3 stars for the serial killer plot4 stars for the action and resolution And 10 stars for the continuing story of Robert Parker and his wife, Joan After about 1978, everything is about Parker s worship of Joan, her cancer and change in personna, and the breakdown and eventual, happy restructuring of their marriage Okay, here goes Buckle your seat belts.The Spenser Show that Robert Walter Mitty Parker creat [...]


BillKerwin

This isn t a bad mystery In fact, it may be better than I think it is It has a serial killer in it, and I don t like serial killers.Nobody likes serial killers, you say Yeah, I know everybody hates them as people But I also hate them as characters I particularly hate them when they come equipped with all the cliches Freudian traumas, symbolic calling cards, their own little internal monologues usually in italics adorning the end of a chapter or two, and their obsession with either the detective [...]


Kemper

Serial killers are the cockroaches of crime fiction No matter how many you see, there s always a million Even Robert B Parker doing his updated version of old school detective novels with Spenser couldn t escape the siren call of doing a book about a wacko murderer back in the 80s when the serial killer as villain took over the genre.A psycho has been killing black women and leaving a red rose with the bodies Spenser s police buddy, Quirk, gets a letter from the killer claiming that he is a cop [...]


Gloria Bernal

Crimson Joy is the 15th Spenser novel by Robert B Parker The story follows Boston based PI Spenser as he tracks a serial killer the press has dubbed the Red Rose Killer This 1998 release features his girlfriend Susan Silverman, a psychoanalyst who has gotten involved in the case I like the relationship between Spenser and Susan, which seems healthy and genuine In this novel they are both tested by determining where to draw the ethical line between their professions and their relationship It appe [...]


Gerald Sinstadt

Robert Parker is always seeking to extend the boundaries of the conventional private eye story Susan Silverman is present for than just grown up love interest Susan is a psychologist and Parker is clearly interested in psychology.Crimson Joy is not a mystery for many chapters Instead, Parker makes the killer a central character, his mental make up and motivation gradually exposed and explored.Hawk is a presence, humour and smart dialogue play their part but this is essentially a serious book.


Bill Khaemba

This almost put me on a reading slump


Jerry B

Crimson is the 15th in Parker s lengthy 42 Spenser series and while we ve polished off only a handful so far, we feel pretty intimate with him and lover Susan and sidekick Hawk In this tale, police buddy Lt Quirk is on the hot seat with three dead black woman in their 40 s murdered, with enough calling cards to determine a serial murder spree by the Red Rose killer When Quirk gets a note from the killer that suggests the slayings are the work of a cop, he created a small team of himself, cop Bel [...]


Eric_W

Someone is killing black women using the same MO duck tape, shot with the same gun, a rose, and leaving evidence of masturbation He also claims, in a note to the homicide detective in charge, to be a cop Lt Quinn asks Spenser to help from outside the department Soon they are forced to deal with a copycat who has confessed And then the real bad guy Predictable.OK story with the usual humorous banter, but I do get annoyed with the therapeutic babbling indulged in by Susan and Spenser In this case [...]


Connie N.

Spenser never fails to entertain me, and this book is no exception Spenser is funny and irreverent and makes subtle jokes which make me laugh For instance, he chases after a fast runner who runs out of steam while Spenser, although slower, eventually catches up He goes up to him and says, Hello, hare Subtle, brief, but amusing Classic Spenser Another reason I like this book is that Quirk and Belson work closely with Hawk so ironic and yet so perfectly Spenser Parker The connection, as is often t [...]


Brent Soderstrum

I have a hard time giving a Spenser book a two star rating but I came close with this one Just not much to it The ending saved it but still disappointing.Anyone with mommy issues should enjoy this book A psycho killer is stripping, duct taping their mouths and tying up African American ladies He then takes a gun and inserts it into their lower opening and fires the gun He leaves the victim with a red rose laying on top of her Spenser is helping the cops find this serial killer It then turns out [...]


Chuck

61 out of 100 for 2010I would have to say that this is in the top tier of the Spenser novels In it, Parker experiments with point of view not all of the novel is in the traditional first person point of view most characteristic of the Spenser series and stream of consciousness It s also the first novel in the series in which Spenser assembles a team of men for a common cause in this case, Spenser, Hawk, Quirk, and Belsen to protect Susan.It s also of a traditional police procedural Spenser has [...]


Joyce

This is another old Parker that I rediscovered Women are being brutally murdered by the Red Rose Killer Quirk calls Spenser in to help him investigate because they suspect the killer may be a Police Officer All the protagonists a Spenser fan expects are part of the plot, as is a killer whose methodology and obvious psychosis calls for Susan s expertise All in all, a quick and satisfying read.


Marti

Spenser, Susan, Hawk, as well as policemen Quirk and Belson are all involved in this story of one of Susan s clients who kills four black women not all at once Which of the nutcases will it be, and will he attack Susan Susan gets a gun and proves a good shot THe others follow various men Of course Susan isn t going to be attacked


Yeva

I really liked this book It is number 15 in the Spenser series, and I must say I like Spenser in the early books He is raw, deliberate, but still maintains his philosophy and ethics As many folks know, I am a die hard Robert B Parker fan, and I hang out with several other Parker fans a motley crew if there ever was Still, the bad guy in this book is great to hate, and that makes the reading so much fun.


Andrew

As far as I can tell this is the first Spenser novel to feature a non Spenser POV chapter That sums up what s wrong with this novel Those chapters are jarring, unnecessary, and, not to speak ill of Parker, were probably written to pad the novel.The first Spenser novel that I ve felt so so about One out of fifteen s not too bad.


joyce lynn

not one of THE best of his, but i ll admit, one of the BETTER ones in this series i liked how Susan got involved this time, and can understand the conflict she felt both as a dr, and as a woman.


Lee

Spenser is asked to help find the Red Rose Killer , a sicko brutally murdering women Not as much action in this one, a lot about Susan Sometimes I wish Spenser didn t love her as much as he does.But, with the banter between him and Hawke, I ll give it 3.5 stars.


Mark

One of my favorite Spencer for hire novels As usual great dialogue and an adversary that initially gets away from Spenser.


Leslie

Working my way thru the serieslove the stories, but am kinda over the Susan and Spenser drama I think they are a little over the top in their love for each other, too deep for me Sorry


Steve

You just don t mess with Susan Spenser, Hawk and the whole world comes down on you I had totally forgotten this one, or maybe I missed it the first time around.


Cindy

Like the series, characters because they have some plots This one was especially interesting Recommended.


Shuriu

I went back to the kitchen and began to pound a couple of boneless chicken thighs with a heavy knife Takes a tough man to make tender chicken, I said I sprinkled some rosemary on the flattened chicken thighs and put them in olive oil and lemon ice to marinate p 11 What s for supper she said Grilled lemon and rosemary chicken, brown rice with pignolias, assorted fresh vegetables lightly steamed and dressed with Spenser s famous honey mustard splash, blue corn bread, and a bottle of Iron Horse Cha [...]


Michael O'Leary

Crimson Joy, is number 15 in Robert Parker s Spenser series It is one of Parker s older books, revealing Parker and Spenser at their best This events in this story affect Spenser personally as well as his psychologist lover, Susan Silverman and their buddy, Hawk A husband murders his wife imitating the Red Rose Killer, a serial murderer who has been leaving a rose on the corpses of his victims, middle aged black women When the spouse admits his guilt, government higher ups assure feminist and et [...]


Nanosynergy

Not a good sign of health for any series in this genre the serial killer But an even worse sign is when that serial killer targets one or of the main characters or main characters family members and or love interest And while not the case for this series yet , a further spiral downward is a recurring serial killer who returns one or times in the series, repeatedly going after one or main characters think James Patterson s Alex Cross series and Patricia Cornwell s Kay Scarpetta series.For this [...]


David

5 in The Read all the Spensers in 2016 Challenge.It terms of Spenser novels, this one isn t bad I rather enjoyed it quite a bit It takes something fairly serious a book about a serial killer and makes it as light hearted a book as can be expected for one about a serial killer While when I read my first few Spenser novels a few years back, I got the impression they were all really similar, the you tackle, the the differences show The characters remain rather consistent, but Parker is never afra [...]


Rebecca

I like Spenser and I like Hawk which is what makes these books work for me I like the quips and the sarcasm Unfortunately I think there was less of that in this one A lot of the book took place between Spenser and Susan There is a lot of them working out why their relationship works so well and how they can both can do their jobs, even when they happen to intersect, and still keep their personal relationship strong At times it seemed to be the focus of the book even than the serial killer and, [...]


Shirley Worley

Spenser, Hawk, Quirk, and Belson join forces to catch a serial killer His targets are all 40 ish black women, bound, gagged, and shot A single red rose left on each body earns him the title Red Rose Killer After seeking professional advice from psychologist Dr Susan Silverman, it is soon evident that the killer is one of her patients When it seems his next target may very well be Susan, the significant other of Spenser, the course of action pits Spenser s and Susan s professional ethics against [...]


Peter Marsh

This one seemed like it might be a slight departure from the previous Spenser novels, with early hints that it might be a little procedural and then evolves as of a psychological thriller, at which point it seems to be screaming out for a major plot twist as it heads to a conclusion It doesn t happen Maybe it s part of the appeal of Mr Parker s writing that what you see is what you get, no significant plot points are suddenly revealed to have a different interpretation It was also a little dif [...]


Allison

Spenser, Hawk, Susan, Belson and Quirk hunt down a psychopath killer who has mom issues Serious mom issues But, Parker has a point the thing about monsters is, you want to kill them until you meet them, and when you meet them they don t seem monstrous, and killing them begins to seem unkind And he has another good point too about love all the received truths of popular culture presume that successful love is rooted in shared interests Dating services computerize preferences, hobbies, vacations, [...]


Kellie

I always enjoy the Spenser mysteries This one was one of the better ones A serial killer Red Rose Killer is loose in Boston and he could possibly be a patient of Susan s Susan and Spenser have gone thru quite a transformation in their relationship I respect Parker s effort in setting a great example of what a very close and intimate relationship can be like Communication is key and Parker nailed it I felt like Susan and Spenser became closer in this book Their jobs became interlinked and they ha [...]



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