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By Reed Farrel Coleman

The new Jesse Stone novel in Robert B. Parker's New York Times bestselling series—and this one is “a reason for occasion” (January Magazine).
A reunion with former baseball teammates leaves Jesse Stone grappling with thoughts and regrets over what could have been, and that incorporates bittersweet thoughts of his outdated female friend, the darkly sensuous and secretive Kayla, who has all at once arrived on the reunion as well.
But whilst a tender lady is located murdered in Paradise, and her boyfriend, a son of 1 of the town’s such a lot sought after households, is abducted, Jesse’s research yields a few troubling suspicions: the reunion and the homicide are attached, and certainly one of Jesse’s previous associates is in detail desirous about the crimes.

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33 by the point Jesse acquired on the subject of the scene of the twist of fate, Weathers have been taken to the nearby clinical heart. yet Gabe’s wife’s Honda was once nonetheless the wrong way up, the roof smashed the place it had slammed into the concrete median. even if a good period of time had handed because the coincidence itself, site visitors was once nonetheless relocating slowly on each side of the line and a massive crowd of gawkers had collected alongside the shoulder. Jesse parked at the shoulder and needed to paintings his means during the gawkers. He flashed his badge on the cop accountable for the scene and defined who he was once. “What occurred right here? ” “From what witnesses have stated, apparently your man’s correct rear tire blew out. He misplaced keep watch over of the auto, slid to the correct, hit the rear of one other automobile, flipped two times, and landed at the median there. ” “How is he? ” “Lucky and alive,” acknowledged the cop. “Lucky how? ” “There used to be a trauma-room medical professional approximately fifty yards in the back of your guy’s motor vehicle whilst it flipped and country soldiers have been headed to paintings entering into the opposite path. They have been the 1st on the scene. most likely kept your guy’s existence. ” “You’re right,” Jesse stated. “He was once fortunate. accidents? ” “He used to be subconscious once they pried him out of there. there have been certainly a few damaged bones. ” “By the glance of his motor vehicle, there will be damaged bones. the place are the blokes who helped? I’d wish to thank them after which recover from to the sanatorium. ” “Sure. The document went with him within the ambulance, however the soldiers are over there via the hearth truck with Mackey. ” “Good. Mackey’s the fellow who referred to as me to come back down. ” Jesse walked over to the gang of fellows seated at the rear step of a hearth truck and brought himself. He shook all in their arms and thanked them for saving Weathers. They regarded spent, their eyes unfocused. Jesse were of their footwear. Saving lives, facing emergencies was once a part of the activity. It gave you an enormous rush, yet there has been no such factor as a hurry with out a crash. all of them stated they have been simply doing their jobs and have been chuffed to assist retailer one in every of their very own. That’s what you stated. Jesse had stated it himself, repeatedly. Mackey was once a quick guy with a blotchy pink complexion, hands like cellphone poles and a neck to check. “So, leader, what used to be your guy doing round right here on the dawn? ” Jesse shrugged. “Why? ” “The law enforcement officials aren’t going to discover any medicines or alcohol in his blood, are they? ” Jesse understood Mackey was once doing him a qualified courtesy. “I doubt it. He used to be Boston PD for 5 years, yet nonetheless in his probationary interval with us. ” “Just asking, you recognize, simply in case . . . ” Mackey acknowledged. the more youthful trooper, Kirkpatrick, nonetheless in his twenties, stood from the rear of the fireplace truck and stretched, searching on the crowd of onlookers. “Fucking parasites. ” “Comes with the territory, kid,” stated the older trooper, Williams. “People glance simply because it’s interesting, but additionally simply because they comprehend the physique or the fellow being pulled out of the spoil can be them. It’s a traditional factor. You’ll get used to it. ” “Yeah, maybe,” Kirkpatrick acknowledged. “But what approximately that man we stuck sniffing round the motor vehicle once we pulled the chief’s guy outta there?

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