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Deadly Edge Audiobook

Deadly Edge: A Parker Novel, Book 13

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Deadly Edge bids a brutal adieu to the 1960s as Parker robs a rock concert, and the heist goes south. Soon Parker finds himself - and his woman, Claire - menaced by a pair of sadistic, drug-crazed hippies. Parker has a score to settle while Claire’s armed with her first rifle - and they’re both ready to usher in the end of the Age of Aquarius.

© Copyright © 1971 by Richard Stark All rights reserved. Foreword © 2010 by Charles Ardai. All rights reserved. (P)2013 AudioGO

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    Jane Chicago, IL, United States 05-17-13
    Jane Chicago, IL, United States 05-17-13 Member Since 2015
    "4 ½ stars. Good suspense. Exciting."

    The beginning was a little slow, but the last half was excellent.

    Parker is not a caring type of guy. But I liked the subtle way he acted for Claire’s benefit. Her home was important to her. Parker went out of his way to make sure murders would be found far enough away, so they would not taint her town.

    I chuckled at Claire’s thought process when buying a rifle. She bought based on things other than purpose.

    This story was a little different from earlier Parker stories. After a robbery, two psycopaths who are not part of the robbery hunt, torture, and kill each member of the robbery gang. It was good suspense watching them go after Claire and Parker and then watching Parker go after them.

    I liked the Forward by Charles Ardai. It appears in both books 13 and 14.

    This was the best narrator so far - Keith Szarabjka. His gravely low voice for Parker fit well.

    This is book 13 in the 24 book series. These stories are about bad guys. They rob. They kill. They’re smart. Most don’t go to jail. Parker is the main bad guy, a brilliant strategist. He partners with different guys for different jobs in each book.

    If you are new to the series, I suggest reading the first three and then choose among the rest. A few should be read in order since characters continue in a sequel fashion. Those are listed below (with my star ratings). The rest can be read as stand alones.

    The first three books in order:
    4 stars. The Hunter (Point Blank movie with Lee Marvin 1967) (Payback movie with Mel Gibson)
    3 ½ stars. The Man with the Getaway Face (The Steel Hit)
    4 stars. The Outfit.

    Read these two in order:
    5 stars. Slayground (Bk #14)
    5 stars. Butcher’s Moon (Bk #16)

    Read these four in order:
    4 ½ stars. The Sour Lemon Score (Bk #12)
    2 ½ stars. Firebreak (Bk #20)
    (not read) Nobody Runs Forever (Bk #22)
    2 ½ stars. Dirty Money (Bk #24)

    Others that I gave 4 or more stars to:
    The Jugger (Bk #6), The Seventh (Bk#7), The Handle (Bk #8), Deadly Edge (Bk#13), Flashfire (Bk#19)

    GENRE: noir crime fiction

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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