Ace Atkins to Continue Spenser NovelsWhen Robert B. Parker died suddenly on Jan. Parker was 77 and his career spanned more than 45 novels, including his popular series about the Boston private investigator Spenser 39 novels since and Massachusetts police chief Jesse Stone nine novels since Parker had often been called the dean of American crime fiction. Parker's legacy of novels will continue thanks to a deal struck by the Robert B. Parker Estate and his long-time publisher G. Crime fiction novelist Ace Atkins , top, will continue the Spenser series, with the first novel to be published in the Spring
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Buried secrets, dirty lies, and unbridled greed and ambition raise the stakes down South in the lauded crime series from New York Times bestselling author Ace Atkins. In the new novel from New York Times-bestselling crime master Ace Atkins, violence comes in many forms A classic southern tale of backroom deals, tainted honor, dysfunctional family, high-stakes greed—and everyday heroism—from the New York Times—bestselling author. She was just seventeen, a high school dropout named Milly Jones, found walking down the middle of the highway, engulfed in flames. Even in a tough Mississippi county like Tibbehah, it shatters the community, and it is up to Sheriff Quinn Colson, back on the job after a year away, and his deputy Lillie Virgil, to investigate what happened and why.
Ace Atkins is an American journalist and author born on 28th of June He is widely known for crime novels, both stand alone and series novels. He started his career in the newsroom of The Tampa Tribune as a crime reporter. He then moved to writing and published his first book in and specialized as an author at the age of He has achieved great things as an author including award nominations and worldwide recognition. He went to school at Auburn High School as a young boy but he was not into reading the books he was supposed to read.
Robert B. Check out the cover art and plot details below. In the latest thriller featuring the legendary Boston PI, Spenser heads to the City of Angels to meet old friends and new enemies in a baffling missing person case that might shake Tinseltown to its core. Ellie Sharp left her Boston family with big dreams of making it as an actress in Hollywood. But two years later, she disappears from her Silver Lake apartment without her friends or police knowing what happened. Spenser and Hawk must hit the ground running on the West Coast to follow a twisted trail into the world of drug cartels, casting couches, hedonistic parties, and a whisper network of industry players looking to take down a legendary producer. In a town where glitz and glamour are only a thin veneer over a dangerous underbelly, even Spenser will have his work cut out for him.
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Ace Atkins born June 28,  is an American journalist and author. Atkins worked as a crime reporter in the newsroom of The Tampa Tribune before he published his first novel, Crossroad Blues , in He became a full-time novelist at the age of While at the Tribune , Atkins earned a Pulitzer Prize nomination for a feature series based on his investigation into a forgotten murder of the s. In his next novels, Wicked City and Devil's Garden , Atkins continued this kind of story-telling, a style that was compared to that of Dennis Lehane and George Pelecanos. Devil's Garden , Wicked City , and White Shadow are personal books for Atkins, all set in his former homes: San Francisco , where he lived as a child; Alabama , his family's home and where he was born and went to college; and Tampa , where he embarked on his career as a writer.