Blue-Eyed Devil - Robert B. Parker

Blue-Eyed Devil

By Robert B. Parker

  • Release Date: 2010-05-04
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Blue-Eyed Devil book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 217 Ratings)

Blue-Eyed Devil Robert B. Parker Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Once, Appaloosa law was Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch. Now it's Amos Callico, a vindictive, power-hungry tin star with bigger aims-and he could use Cole and Hitch on his side. This time the paid guns aren't for hire, which makes Callico a very vengeful man. But threatening Cole and Hitch ignites something just as dangerous.

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User reviews about this book

  • Blue Eyed Devils

    5
    By J24601V
    A fine western by a fine writer. The part of Virgil reminds me of Gary Cooper.
  • Blue eyed devil.

    5
    By Cpt Jesse
    An excellent series of books. It is terrible that Mr. Parker is gone. I would recommend to anyone who enjoys the western genre.
  • Predictable Parker

    4
    By Amateur historian
    Virgil and Everett talk a lot like Spenser and Hawk. About their code. And about the complexity of love. And about how good they are at killing. Reluctantly of course. Oh so predictable. And yet delightfully familiar. A few annoying anachronisms ... I'm pretty sure the phrase "when the balloon goes up" was not in common usage until about 1915. Still, I'll keep reading all of Parker's novels ... A have several left to go.
  • Brilliant, as always

    5
    By Sattvala
    There's nothing as satisfying as Robert Parker books. This is the last of his westerns's series. Make sure to start with the first. What a treat.
  • Bull's Eye

    5
    By GCLaw
    Parker hit the Bull's Eye again. Sadly this will likely be the last time Virgil cleans up a western city. I thought this book was excellent and met the high expectations that I had when I picked it up. Parker will be missed.
  • Blue eyed devil

    1
    By Sam Woodward
    A poorly stitched together pastiche of almost every trite western theme possible from truly second rate writing. Otherwise, it's a great book.

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