Robert B. Parker, photo copyright John Earle

Visit the official Robert Parker Facebook page for the latest news and updates.

Now available in paperback!

Robert B. Parker's Revelation

Robert B. Parker's
The Hangman's Sonnet

by Reed Farrel Coleman

A Spenser Novel

Jesse Stone, still reeling from the murder of his fiancée by crazed assassin Mr. Peepers, must keep his emotions in check long enough to get through the wedding day of his loyal protégé, Suitcase Simpson. The morning of the wedding, Jesse learns that a gala 75th birthday party is to be held for folk singer Terry Jester. Jester, once the equal of Bob Dylan, has spent the last forty years in seclusion after the mysterious disappearance of the master recording tape of his magnum opus, The Hangman's Sonnet. Read more...

Order now:

AmazonBarnes and NobleBooks-A-MillioniBooksIndieBound

Always Fresh and Entertaining

Robert B. Parker books have entertained and inspired millions of readers with stories and characters that never grow out of date. Their wit is legendary and their themes are universal.

On Sale Now!

Robert B. Parker's The Hangman's Sonnet, by Reed Farrel Coleman
Robert B. Parker's 
Little White Lies Excerpt

Robert B. Parker's
Colorblind

by Reed Farrel Coleman

A Jesse Stone Novel

Jesse Stone is back on the job after a stint in rehab, and the road to recovery is immediately made bumpy by a series of disturbing and apparently racially motivated crimes, beginning with the murder of an African American woman. Then, Jesse's own deputy Alisha—the first black woman hired by the Paradise police force—becomes the target of a sophisticated frame-up. Read more...

Order now:


Now available!

Robert B. Parker's The Hangman's Sonnet, by Reed Farrel Coleman
Robert B. Parker's 
Little White Lies Excerpt

Robert B. Parker's
Old Black Magic

by Ace Atkins

A Spenser Novel

The heist was legendary, still talked about twenty years after the priceless paintings disappeared from one of Boston's premier art museums. Most thought the art was lost forever, buried deep, sold off overseas, or, worse, destroyed as incriminating evidence. But when paint chips from the most valuable piece stolen, Gentlemen in Black by a Spanish master, arrives at the desk of a Boston journalist, the museum finds hope and enlists Spenser's help. Read more...

Order now:

AmazonBarnes and NobleBooks-A-MillioniBooksIndieBound