Robert B. Parker's Wonderland - Ace Atkins

Robert B. Parker's Wonderland

Artist Ace Atkins

  • Release Date: 2013-05-07
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 158 Ratings


Old friends. Small favors. Bitter rivals. Stirred together, it all makes for one explosive cocktail in this New York Times bestselling thriller that has Spenser feeling the heat...

Henry Cimoli and Spenser have been friends for years, yet the old boxing trainer has never asked the private eye for a favor. Until now. A developer is trying to buy up Henry's condo on Revere Beach—with a push from local thugs. Soon Spenser and his apprentice, Zebulon Sixkill, are on the trail of a mysterious woman, a megalomaniacal Las Vegas kingpin, and a shady plan to turn a chunk of land north of Boston into a sprawling casino. As alliances shift and twisted dreams surface, the Boston political machine looks to end Spenser's investigation one way or another—and once and for all.


  • Over priced

    By MJ845
    Author seems to write the absolute minimum, but charge the maximum for an e-book.
  • Wonderland

    It's a story Steve Wynn will appreciate. Sub Parker effort.
  • A worthy apprentice

    By 64Max
    Atkins is better with his second Spenser effort. He is growing into the role well and this volume splendidly mixes Atkins southern prowess narrative with Parker's style and flare. Atkins is not trying to be Parker or replace Parker, and recognizes Spenser belongs to the reader more so than the present author. In making the story more his own he offers us all a worthy homage to the creator of this world. I truly enjoyed the use of Z in this novel as the troubled sometimes insecure trainee of our beloved detective-perhaps this is the new author in guise relating to each of us the challenges of the able working in the shadows of their predecessors?
  • Pretty flat effort

    By Scott Allen
    Mr Atkins tries his best, I'm sure, but the really clever humor, dry and witty writing I enjoyed so much from Mr Parker has died with him. I've tried several of Mr Atkins attempts to keep this series going, but they have been very pale imitations at best. At worst, jarring gaps in the continuity of the story, weak punch lines during repartee when Mr Parker would have knocked it out of the park. This is the last book Ill read from this author.