In Robert B. Parkers mystery, "Death in Paradise", Jesse Stone is a police man in a small town called Paradise. Haunted by his past, Jesse must set things right. He tries to overcome his alcoholism, while trying to earn the love from his ex-wife. At the same time, a girl is found dead in a lake. The only clue is a class ring on a necklace.
The review of this Book prepared by Caroline McCormick
Jesse Stone, a policeman in the little town of Paradise, has discovered a dead girl with no clues of who killed her except a necklace. He is also trying to deal with alcoholism and lost loved-ones. He has many problems to overcome, such as his past. However, he does find the killer, and it is rather obvious.
The review of this Book prepared by Caroline
This is the third book in Parker's Jesse Stone series, in which Stone, the chief of police in Paradise, MA, is still trying to deal with his alchoholism, an ex-wife from whom he is not completely separate, and a dead girl whom no one will acknowledge. This is written in Parker's signature style: lots of short chapters, smart dialogue and snappy dialog.
The review of this Book prepared by Ntombi A. Peters