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Between and , Robert B. Parker published nearly 70 books. Almost all of them were bestsellers. He started each of his books with a very brief sketch of an idea—a sentence or two, sometimes more. There was never a detailed outline.
Who is Spenser?
Spenser, whose first name has never been officially revealed, is the name of a fictional character in a series of detective novels initially by the American mystery writer Robert B. Parker and later by Ace Atkins. He also featured in the television series called Spenser, and also in several movies based on these novels. Spenser is a male character that plays the part of a private detective. Spenser is American and Laramie, Wyoming is where he was born. He used to be a boxer, and he is quick to remind anyone who would care to listen that at one time he fought a former boxing heavyweight champion called Jersey Joe Walcott.
Iconic, tough-but-tender Boston PI Spenser delves into the black market art scene to investigate a decades-long unsolved crime of dangerous proportions. Boston PI Spenser faces a hot case and a personal crisis in the latest adventure in the iconic New York Times—bestselling series from author Ace Atkins. A year later, as the city prepares to honor their sacrifice, there are still no answers about how the deadly fire started. Most at the department believe it was just a simple accident: faulty wiring in a century-old building. But Boston firefighter Jack McGee, who lost his best friend in the blaze, suspects arson. What started out as a joke landed seventeen-year-old Dillon Yates in a lockdown juvenile facility in Boston Harbor.
Spenser —his first name is never officially revealed—is a fictional character in a series of detective novels initially by the American mystery writer Robert B. Parker and later by Ace Atkins. Spenser was born and grew up in Laramie, Wyoming  and is a Boston private eye in the mold of Raymond Chandler 's Philip Marlowe , a smart-mouthed tough guy with a heart of gold. Unlike Marlowe, Spenser maintains a committed relationship with one woman Susan Silverman. Although he is an ex-boxer who likes to remind readers that he once fought the former heavyweight champ Jersey Joe Walcott and lifts weights to stay in shape, he also is quite well educated, cooks, and lives by a code of honor he and Susan discuss occasionally—though as infrequently as he can manage. Spenser bears more than a passing resemblance to his creator, Robert B. Both are Bostonians, and both spent time in Korea with the U.