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Family Honor par [Parker, Robert B.]
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Her name is Sunny Randall, a Boston P.I. and former cop, a college graduate, an aspiring painter, a divorcee, and the owner of a miniature bullterrier named Rosie. Hired by a wealthy family to locate their teenage daughter, Sunny is tested by the parents' preconceived notion of what a detective should be. With the help of underworld contacts she tracks down the runaway Millicent, who has turned to prostitution, rescues her from her pimp, and finds herself, at thirty-four, the unlikely custodian of a difficult teenager when the girl refuses to return to her family. But Millicent's problems are rooted in much larger crimes than running away, and Sunny, now playing the role of bodyguard, is caught in a shooting war with some very serious mobsters. She turns for help to her ex-husband, Richie, himself the son of a mob family, and to her dearest friend, Spike, a flamboyant and dangerous gay man. Heading this unlikely alliance, Sunny must solve at least one murder, resolve a criminal conspiracy that reaches to the top of state government, and bring Millicent back into functional young womanhood.

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Robert B. Parker was the author of more than fifty books. He died in January 2010.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 342 pages
  • Editeur : No Exit Press; Édition : New edition (28 février 2014)
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Sonya (Sunny) Randall est la fille d'un flic, ex-femme à la retraite de Richie qui est le fils d'un truand, beau, encore capable de la force meurtrière et un détective privé dans la région de Boston. Elle est également un peintre et de poursuivre un diplôme en beaux-arts. Les parents de Millicent Patton, une jeune fille de quinze ans qui a couru loin de la maison, la location elle. Immédiatement Ensoleillé se rend compte que tout ne va pas bien dans le ménage Patton, car il semble y avoir aucune grande préoccupation ou une passion dans ses parents ce qui concerne sa disparition. En outre, il est clair Millicent qui est probablement accrochage pour rester en vie, car il ya très peu de choses qu'elle peut faire.
, Même si elle est réticents à demander son aide, Sunny demande Richie pour l'aider à localiser Millicent, qui se révèle être assez facile. Une fois Millicent se trouve, Sunny se retrouve devenir un parent de deux hommes Millicent et quand pour arriver à l'appartement de Sunny, elle souffle un loin avec un fusil de chasse tout vêtu de rien, mais une robe de soie qui coule dans façons maladroites et révélateurs. Il ya beaucoup de personnages de l'histoire, Spike l'homme gai qui habille comme un dandy, mais est aussi mortelle que d'un serpent venimeux. Gangsters et de tueurs vicieux sont partout, et elle cherche activement à leur assistance, parler avec eux d'égal à égal. Ensoleillé rend également Amis avec les flics, avoir des relations intimes avec un Finalement.
Alors qu'elle est une femme, ensoleillées nombreuses partage les caractéristiques Spenser; l'un des autres grands P. I.
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HASH(0x8c962b88) étoiles sur 5 Entertaning, fast reading, witty, lots of fun 11 octobre 1999
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Format: Relié
While I am a die hard Spenser fan, I can grow to very much appreciate Sunny Randall and her crew (Richie & Spike). I found the book to be written in the typical Parker style - witty and funny one liners and great character build ups, and of course having the plot take place in and around the Boston area is just icing on the cake. I appreciated learning more about who Tony Marcus is and what makes him tick. While this book reminded me of Thin Air, it was just different enough to have kept me turning the pages (I read it in one day). The only bad thing about Family Honor (as I find with all Parker books) is when I'm finished - and it usually takes me no more than two days to read his books, is I have now got to wait XXX months before a new one comes out. Please keep writing the Spenser novels and if it not asking too much, come out with at least two books (Spenser, Jesse or Sunny) a year.
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HASH(0x8c97000c) étoiles sur 5 Feisty female private eye makes for an enjoyable read 27 août 2001
Par Mr. Stuart Robert Harris - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I don't normally read airport books but this one caught my eye in LAX among all the other hyped up best-seller production line flotsam. I had never even heard of Robert B Parker,... but no matter.
The plot follows the efforts of female private eye Sunny Randall to find out why a teenage daughter disappeared from a powerful Boston family. It has enough twists to keep the pages turning eagerly, the characters may not reach Tolstoy depths but there's enough texture and flavor to hit archetypal buttons and the writing overall is professional and enjoyable. It all resolves to a believably gritty but positive conclusion, give or take a few corpses. The high-minded conflict between white hats and black hats ends up nicely smudged, just like in real life.
Above all, I found Family Honor warm-hearted and Sunny Randall a likeable and mostly credible heroine. These days, I'm steering clear of entertainments that leave me feeling bleak, however compelling they may be. I rate Family Honor as a good buy and my appetite is now whetted for some of the other Parker books that other reviewers rate even higher.
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HASH(0x8c970030) étoiles sur 5 A Not Bad First Outing for PI Sunny Randall 20 novembre 1999
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As a long time fan of Parker's Spenser novels I was curious to see how he would handle writing with the voice of a female protagonist. I found this book to be quite entertaining with the trademark Parker dialogue which always make his books such an easy read. Let's face it, Parker's books are wonderful brain candy not The Name of the Rose or The Celestine Prophecy and I'm about to commit heresy on Amazon by saying I was hesitant to buy this book in hardcover so I got it out of the library. I think Parker books are always best savored in paper back because you're talking about a mere 2-3 day commitment. I think we're in the Getting to Know Sunny Randall stage of the game in terms of this character as well as her sidekicks. I'm hoping that Parker has plans to flesh out these characters in subsequent outings. I thought Parker scored with Sunny's dilemmas over whether or not to ask for male assistance in some of her confrontations. I thought that a very realistic touch but are we going to be treated to Felicity-like agonizing over Richie vs. Brian vs. God Knows Who in the next book? With a so-so movie you wait for the video, with a so-so book you wait for the paperback. Wait for the paperback or visit your library on this one but once you get it in your hands sit back and escape, you'll enjoy it.
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x8c962f3c) étoiles sur 5 I like Sunny! 5 mars 2003
Par Neal Reynolds - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Yes, there's similarity to Parker's "Early Autumn" in that the detective sort of adopts a teenager who's aimlessly floating around, and yes, bits of the dialogue are identical to Spenser dialogue, but that's not really sufficient to take away from the enjoyment of this book.
Sunny isn't really a female Spenser. She's less comfortable dealing with the gangster connections than Spenser is. While she's a good shot, she doesn't seem to be a true physical match for the bad guys.
In this first outing, she's hired to find a missing 15 year old daughter, but on finding her also discovers that she'll be in considerable danger if she's returned to her family. The story goes on from there. We meet Tony Marcus who we know from Spenser books. And a flip remark is made at one point which indicates that Sunny knows of Spenser and his reputation.
Parker likes to throw in little teasers. When we realize that the girl and her mother will each likely be visiting psychologists, we can't help wondering if one of them won't end up with that lady counsellor we know so well. After all, this is set in Boston.
There's bound to be a bit of a tie-in with other Parker series and therefore, I recommend reading all Parker stories in sequence.
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HASH(0x8c970480) étoiles sur 5 Great reading by Andrea Thompson, good story too 15 juin 2001
Par Carol Peterson Hennekens - Publié sur
Format: Cassette
As a reader with only a passing knowledge of the Spencer series, I found Family Honor to be a refreshing, fun read. I give much of the credit to Andrea Thompson, the perfomer of the unabridged tape who does a terrific job of maximizing the impact of Parker's one liner's and other humorous (if sometimes cynical) asides. Thompson and Parker combine to create Sunny, a nice addition to the ranks of the female P.I. As a detective, she's not all that unusual. It's as a person that Parker has created a person that I'd really like to spend time with. She's smart but has just the right levels of vulnerability. I could live without the dog, but I'm not much a of dog person.
The underlying mystery (and it's solution) isn't exceptional but is interesting enough to keep this reader involved. A fifteen year old has run away from home. Finding out why she's run is ultimately more of a mystery than finding the girl herself. It brings in a mix of Boston high society, state politics and some local mob wars. Sunny's ex-father-in-law proves handy. There's a bit of romance too.
Bottom-line: May be redundant for long time Spenser fans but a very enjoyable read for this new fan of Parker's work.
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