Robert B. Parker's Blood Feud by Mike Lupica

Robert B. Parker's Blood Feud

Robert B. Parker's iconic and irresistible PI Sunny Randall is back, and the stakes are higher than ever as she races to protect her ex-husband--and his Mafia family--from the vengeful plan of a mysterious rival.Sunny Randall is "on" again with Richie, the ex-husband she never stopped loving and never seemed to be able to let go, despite her discomfort with his Mafia connections. When Richie is shot and nearly killed, Sunny is dragged into the th...


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TitleRobert B. Parker's Blood Feud
ISBN9780525535362
Author
Release DateNov 27th, 2018
PublisherG.P. Putnam's Sons
LanguageEnglish
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Reviews Robert B. Parker's Blood Feud

  • Hobart
    1970-01-01
    ★ ★ ★ 1/2 (rounded up)An expanded version of this originally appeared at The Irresponsible Reader.--- Since we saw her last, Sunny has had to move, Richie (her ex-) has gotten another divorce (giving them the chance to date or whatever you want to call it) and has replaced her late dog, Rosie, with another Rosie. Other than that, things are basically where they were after the end of Spare Change 11 years ago (for us, anyway, I'm not sure ho...
  • The Real Book Spy
    1970-01-01
    After years of rumors and speculation, Sunny Randall, Robert B. Parker’s beloved, Boston-based PI, is finally back. No matter what, Sunny Randall (who was last seen in Spare Change, 2007) has always loved Richie Burke. And yet, she’s never been able to settle down and commit to their relationship. Well, not since the two divorced years back, which had a lot to do with Richie having serious ties to the Mafia. Still, even now, those ties have a...
  • Vickie
    1970-01-01
    Mike Lupica has taken over the writing of the Sunny Randall series created by the late Robert B. Parker. I have not read any of the earlier Parker novels, so cannot comment on this continuation.In Blood Feud, Sunny Randall, former police officer turned private investigator, looks into the shooting (wounding) of her ex husband and still lover, Richie. Richie is the son of a crime boss and Sunny gets drawn into the business of the Boston crime synd...
  • Bonnie Franks
    1970-01-01
    It was good to go back and read a story about Sunny Randall, one of my favorite of Robert B. Parker's characters.I was happy to see that Sunny hasn't changed much, nor has Richie or Spike. Reading a book like this is a comfort. I am glad to see that the writing of the characters has been done well. It's the type of writing I expect when reading these books. I come here expecting comfort and I found it.I do not mean to imply that the story is a co...
  • Judy
    1970-01-01
    There is something comforting about coming back to visit with characters in a series. It is rather like connecting with friends you have not seen for a long while. This book started slowly for me. So slowly that I thought about abandoning it several times. I think I was comparing it to the original Sunny Randall books. Then, at some point, I was hooked and finished it. I especially enjoyed seeing Susan Silverman from a different point of view. I ...
  • Larry Darter
    1970-01-01
    Sunny is back... Blood Feud a solid resurrection of the Sunny Randall seriesSunny is back. As a longtime devoted fan of Robert B. Parker, the dean of American crime fiction, I was devastated when he passed away in 2010. I felt mixed emotions when the estate decided to continue Robert B. Parker's characters and series by turning them over to other authors. While I mourned the loss of Spenser especially, I found myself in agreement with John D. Mac...
  • Sharon C
    1970-01-01
    It was nice to visit with Sunny Randall. It’s been a while. On the whole Blood Feud was an enjoyable read and very much in keeping with Robert B. Parker’s original vision. However, if I hadn’t been aware that I was reading an advance copy of a new book, I might have thought I picked up one of Parker’s original books from back in the day. The whole storyline just felt dated and old timey to me, which definitely reduced my enjoyment. Thanks...
  • Natalie
    1970-01-01
    I am a Robert Parker junkie, loving all of of his series. When he died, I keenly felt the loss, but the series have continued, written impressively by authors who continued writing about these fascinating characters., and maintaining the voice of Parker. The new Sunny Randall by Mike Lupica is no exception. He has clearly done his homework and pulled us back to Sunny’s Boston underbelly. He has also managed to keep a connection to both Spenser ...