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Parker, Robert B., 1932-2010. Jesse Stone novels


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  • Instance Of

  • Components

    • Parker, Robert B., 1932-2010.
    • Jesse Stone novels
  • Scheme Membership(s)

  • Collection Membership(s)

  • Work Locale

    • (naf) Waterville (Me.)
    • (naf) New York (N.Y.)
  • Form

    • Multipart monograph
  • Form

    • (lcsh) Series (Publications)
  • Variants

    • Brandman, Michael. Jesse Stone novel
    • Coleman, Reed Farrel, 1956- Jesse Stone novel
    • Jesse Stone novel (New York, N.Y.)
    • Jesse Stone novels
    • Robert B. Parker's-- Jesse Stone novel
    • Jesse Stone novel (Thorndike Press)
    • Lupica, Mike. Jesse Stone novels
  • Use For

    • no2012129452
  • Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes

  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Jesse Stone novel (Thorndike Press)
  • Sources

    • found: High profile, c2007:ser. t.p. (The Jesse Stone novels) jkt. (A Jesse Stone novel)
    • found: Killing the blues, c2011:ser. t.p. (The Jesse Stone novels) t.p. and jkt. (A Jesse Stone novel)
    • found: Robert B. Parker's Fool me twice, 2012:at head of title and on cover (A Jesse Stone novel)
    • found: Themortonreport.com website, viewed Sept. 28, 2012:([Michael Brandman] has been authorized by Parker's estate to continue the Jesse Stone franchise; Brandman's first Jesse Stone novel, 'Killing the Blues,' will be published on September 13th)
    • found: Robert B. Parker's Blind spot, ©2014 :title page (A Jesse Stone novel)
    • found: Wikipedia, Dec. 22, 2014(Jesse Stone (character), detective novels written by Robert B. Parker, series consists of nine books, starting with Night Passage (1997) and ending with Split Image (2010), which Parker completed before his death in January 2010 but did not live to see published, the series was initially continued by Michael Brandman, in April 2014, Reed Farrel Coleman assumed the writing of the series)
    • found: Lupica, M. Foll's paradise, 2020(A Jesse Stone novel)
    • found: Penguin Random House website, Sept. 2, 2021(Mike Lupica is a prominent sports journalist and the New York Times-bestselling author of more than forty works of fiction and non-fiction. A longtime friend to Robert B. Parker, he was selected by the Parker estate to continue the Sunny Randall and Jesse Stone series.)
  • Change Notes

    • 2007-02-06: new
    • 2021-09-03: revised
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