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Sea Change (The Jesse Stone Series Book 5) (English Edition) par [Parker, Robert B.]
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From Publishers Weekly

Filled with tawdry sexual shenanigans, bestseller Parker's fifth Jesse Stone novel (after 2003's Stone Cold) finds the former L.A. cop, now the police chief of Paradise, Mass., tentatively reunited with his ex-wife, Jenn, and approaching a year since his last drink. The murder of a woman aboard a sailboat leads Stone into a world of wealth and depravity centered on a couple of yacht owners from Florida and their crowd. Drugs, pornography, rape and underage sex provide a degrading framework for the murder investigation. Stone gets a valuable assist from Kelly Cruz, a Fort Lauderdale cop, as he traces the backgrounds of victims and suspects. The laconic Stone with his uncertain relationship with Jenn, his struggle with alcohol and his visits to a therapist presents a striking contrast to Parker's primary hero, Spenser. But much of the dialogue is interchangeable: witty, flirtatious, droll and sexually charged. The outcome manages to be both surprising and depressing. Stone is a work in progress whose following is likely to increase as he continues to grow.
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Race Week in Paradise, Massachusetts, brings Police Chief Jesse Stone more than the usual problems of bar fights and rowdy revelers when the body of a young woman washes ashore. Scott Sowers clips the flat Boston accents to portray the deputies and townsfolk--not overdone, but spot-on when he uses them. Sowers nicely captures the no-nonsense Stone-- former LA detective, now small-town sheriff. The smart dialogue is delivered in an almost syncopated style, making the best of Parker's "he said/ she said" conventions. Stone's perseverance in tracking a ring of sex peddlers and predators keeps the story intriguing, and his conquest of some personal demons bodes well for future entries in the series. R.F.W. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 714 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 314 pages
  • Editeur : No Exit Press (28 mars 2014)
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00IQY6V4G
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A GRIPPING STORY 26 novembre 2016
Par Roslyne Wyllie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Another great story and one not to be missed......A body of a woman is found in the sea at a time when there is many boats in port for races and usual friends getting together. After much investigating Jesse soon finds out that it is very suspicious and there is more to the story than just this woman being killed.....
This book covers the story of abuse within families and how rich people can get away with just about anything.......or can they.
I love reading Jesse Stone stories as he is such a dry character with hidden feelings. Not one for words but when he is around you would feel safe.
Robert B Parker knows who to keep all entertained and how to keep you guessing. Even if you can work out what is going on, you still want to read more on how the puzzle is solved.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 MURDER SEX AND MORE SEX 10 juillet 2013
Par crafty lefthander - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Prior to Sea Change in the Jesse Stone series, Robert B. Parker gave us Stone Cold. In that book, a wealthy pair of psychopaths, husband and wife, felt surges of excitement by watching themselves having sex on videotape and then whacking innocent victims. In this volume, there is so much sex and accompanying videotape that the lurid aspects of it all might well have overcome the story, for there is sex of all kinds, group sex, three way sex, incest, child molestation. Surprisingly, Parker pieces it all together well, so that the behavior becomes essential to the various plotlines which includes a helpful investigation by a Florida cop. The stupidity of some of these characters is in fact, crucial. As Jesse says after first interviewing the younger twin sisters of the murder victim, "So much sex, so little brains." These are people with which the normal folks reading this review are unfamiliar. Or at least I hope so.

Just prior to the annual summer event in Paradise, Massachusetts called Boat Week, the body of a mid-thirties female washes up near the town wharf. During his investigation, Stone questions various people, including boat owners and bimbos, who all treat sex like ping pong games. The men are rich, the women out for fun. Jesse repeatedly notices that none of this resembles love, and, as he struggling himself to deal with his ex-wife's sexuality prior to them moving in together again, it saddens, even angers him a little. Not that our hero had been living the life of a Fransiscan monk, as one of his former brief flames relates.

As I was reading the book, it occurred to me that despite being a mystery writer, Parker spent a lot of time musing about love, how to find it, sustain it, enrich it and understand it. Those long conversations that took place between Spenser and Susan Silverman in the better known and much longer running series were essentially about their love for each other. Here, Jesse, trying to recover what he thought he had with his TV weather girl ex-wife Jenn, searches for some definitive understanding of his feelings. It doesn't matter that Jenn comes across in all the Jesse Stone books as an airhead. Susan Silverman would have driven me to drink, not because she was unfaithful, but because she was living on a higher plane, thought she was smarter than everybody else, and let you know it. But as Plutarch wrote in attempting to explain why Marc Antony left the scene of battle to chase after Cleopatra, fleeing when she sensed his troops werre losing, "The soul of a lover is in another person's body." You just wish Jesse had found and loved somebody like the Irish Catholic cop, Molly, married, a mother, faithful and well-grounded. She frankly, should have been spun off and given her own series of crimes to solve, although I have not read any of Parker's Sunny Randall books. But at least here, Jesse not only solves more than one crime, he understands himself better. And doesn't drink a drop of liquor through most of this tome.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Strong on police work 14 avril 2017
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Great, Convoluted crime story. Not for the squeamish. Riveting twists and turns and a surprising arrest. Jesse does it again, with help from out of state.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not worth the time it took to read; certainly not worth the price either 25 mars 2017
Par ms.ccw - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I just finished this one, and I was not impressed in the least. Also, the parts concerning Jenn should have just been left out as she did not contribute to the storyline at all.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Jesse's "coply intuition" solves another 21 septembre 2015
Par bibliophile - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Good workmanlike Parker effort, not up to his best. (I have read the entire Spenser and Jesse Stone series plus some of his others.) This one suffers as do all of the Jesse Stone stories from comparison with the Tom Selleck movie adaptations, which are superb if based on a Parker-written story. The later movies, not written by Parker are not as good but still enjoyable. I really enjoy that some characters--Fiore, Healy, Randall, e.g.-- move among the series. That somehow makes them all seem more realistic. I know the Boston area very well which also heightens the realism for me.
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