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book 12 in the Parker series
Description Parker put the revolver away and looked out the windshield. The bank was half a block away along the sunny street. Andrews hadn’t come out yet.
The Sour Lemon Score begins with a bank heist, that for once goes off without a hitch. Parker and his three partners, Benny Weiss, Phil Andrews, and George Uhl march in and out, and make their escape with ease. However, as soon as they take a look at the rather disappointing take, Uhl (who will return) plugs Weiss and Andrews and Parker barely escapes with his life.
Not pleased by this turn of events, Parker treks up and down the eastern seaboard, looking for Uhl and his money, but Uhl keeps managing to stay one step ahead of him. And a thug named Matt Rosenstein has gotten wind that there’s a stash of money out there, and Rosenstein makes Parker look like a gentleman.
The Sour Lemon Score has the feel of a transitional book, and it is perhaps no surprise that is the last in the series with “score” in the title. If you read my comments on The Black Ice Score, you know that I thought Claire was beginning to hurt the series, and that the character of Parker had gone through some unwelcome changes as well. Stark apparently thought so, too, because the old Parker is definitely back. Claire does not appear, although she does wire Parker money when he needs it.
Stark has not, however, entirely reverted to the original Parker formula. Unlike most of the series, Lemon begins with the heist in progress and the cross mere pages later. While we do spend a fair amount of time following parties other than Parker, it is also not a return to the formula wherein Parker bursts in on the antagonist after several chapters, followed by scenes following how Parker managed to get to that point. Instead, Parker’s and Uhl’s actions make other parties interested in the stolen cash, and complications ensue from this.
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Type Audiobooks - Crime/Thriller