Robert B. Parker’s Bull River


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    Fiction has really evolved since it has gone to the west through this series; we visit the west town after town meeting people with different cultures and perceptions about law. Cole and his friend Hitch have been rising high in their skill and in authority too. Now the two friends are like the pioneers of law and order in the society.

    After catching Alejandro Vasquez they thought that they have gripped over the crime more than fifty percent as the man was a real terror for the state. Now taking him back to Cristobal is the last thing they are left with after which they would relax a bit. Just when they put the man in front of the court for a trial they are informed about another robbery in the town.

    They suspect only one man who could be behind such an act, a man who can run away with that kind of money from the bank. The investigation leads them to a far off place where the prime suspect is found but he is not in a good state.

    Robert B. Parker's Bull River

    He lies beaten near a brothel and is not with the money of course. The search for money takes Cole and Hitch to the battlefield once again and they come to know about a big fight that could soon be seen between the two brothers.

    Massive killing is suspected and the two are the only one that can handle the things before they get out of hand. Robert Knott is enhancing the spectrum of the fights and it is intentional by the author because he wants to make the role of the two heroes massive. We don’t listen to the same voice this time the one we heard in Blue-Eyed Devil and Resolution, its Rex Linn who takes the post of the narrator. Change in narration is not a big drawback rather it is an improved version.

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