Paper Doll (novel)
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Paper Doll is the 20th Spenser novel by Robert B. Parker. The story follows the Boston-based PI Spenser as he tries to solve the apparently random killing of the well-regarded wife of a local businessman.
|Author||Robert B. Parker|
|Media type||Print (hardback & paperback)|
|LC Class||PS3566.A686 P33 1993|
|Preceded by||Double Deuce|
|Followed by||Walking Shadow|
The novel's hero is Spenser, a private investigator in Boston. Spenser, who served as an infantryman in the 1st Infantry Division during the Korean War and as a former State trooper, is hired by Boston aristocrat Loudon Tripp to investigate his wife's murder, and Spenser soon uncovers uper class scandals and a corpse who might not be dead after all.
- Dr. Susan Silverman, Ph.D
- Lt. Martin Quirk, Boston Police Department
- Sgt. Frank Belson, Boston Police Department
- Detective Lee Farrell
- Wayne Cosgrove
- Henry Cimoli
Mentioned but not seen
- Paul Giacomin
- Vinnie Morris
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