Robert B. Parker: A Closer Look
Robert B. Parker was many things: the son of a telephone company executive, a wise-guy college student, a soldier at a Morse code key on the line between North and South Korea, an extraordinarily knowledgeable sports fan and a first baseman, a writer of technical manuals and the editor of an insurance agents' magazine, a partner in the world's smallest advertising agency, an excellent cook and handyman, a serious student of detective fiction, a Ph.D. professor, and—most important to him—a husband, father, and dog owner. He was a very interesting person who lived a full and very satisfying life. And Bob was genuine: in private, in public, and in his writings, he was the same person.
Take a close look at the personal side of Robert B. Parker through photos, videos and music.
Wall Street Journal — "Just Asking: Robert B. Parker" (February 24, 2009)
New York Post — "In My Library: Robert B. Parker" (May 3, 2009)
Joan Parker Interviews
New York Times — "At Home with Joan Parker" (July 7, 2010)
WGBH-TV/PBS – "Greater Boston" (October 27, 2010)
WGBH-TV/PBS – "Greater Boston" (May 3, 2011)
WBUR / NPR — "Here and Now" (June 1, 2011)