Wilderness (Parker novel)

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First edition (publ. Delacorte Press)

Wilderness is a novel by American writer Robert B. Parker.

Plot Summary[edit]

At 46, Aaron Newman was enjoying the good things in life - a good marriage, a good job - and he was in good shape himself. Then he saw the murder. A petty vicious killing that was to plunge him into an insane jungle of raw violence and fear, threatening and defiling the things he cared about.[1]

Wilderness is not a Spenser novel.

Reviews[edit]

"A novel of violence, crisp dialogue, and suspense . . . the reader is immediately caught up in the ambience of danger."—The Boston Globe[2]

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