"Ask the Parrot" is a masterpiece of lean writing and tight plotting, rough humour and deft characterization, the latest in Richard Stark's "Parker" series which has won him a wide following across the world of crime fiction addicts. Parker is on the run after a country town bank robbery goes wrong. There are road blocks in the lanes, and search ...
"Ask the Parrot" is a masterpiece of lean writing and tight plotting, rough humour and deft characterization, the latest in Richard Stark's "Parker" series which has won him a wide following across the world of crime fiction addicts. Parker is on the run after a country town bank robbery goes wrong. There are road blocks in the lanes, and search parties with sniffer dogs are out in the woods. Separated from his associates, Parker is confronted by a local citizen with a shotgun. But this citizen is not out to arrest him: he wants Parker to help him carry out a robbery of his own. So Parker joins the posse looking for himself and enters into a queasy partnership with an embittered recluse intent on robbing the racetrack where he was once employed.
Hardcover, Binding is solid and tight, Jacket has mild wear, Cover has some wear, Text is unmarked and clean, Good reading copy, We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
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Good Condition in Good jacket. Ex-library with typical marks, faint discoloring, light wrinkling to a few pages; a good solid book. The jacket has light wear; wrapped; taped to the covers. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Fiction; ISBN: 089296068x. ISBN/EAN: 9780892960682. Inventory No: 127849.
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