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    Available in PDF Format | Breakout.pdf | English
    Richard Stark(Author)
Paker is stuck at the end of the line, a prision for those with no hope. His only way out is to breakout with some guys who, once out, need Parkers help in a jewellery heist. Soon he is a free man, but for how long, with mishap after mishap making life difficult.

"Stark . . . applies his great wit and dexterous mental skills to a series of . . . ingenious exits and entrances in (what else?) Breakout. . . . Jampacked. . . . He writes with ruthless efficiency."--Marilyn Stasio "New York Times " --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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  • PDF | 224 pages
  • Richard Stark(Author)
  • Robert Hale Ltd (Oct. 2003)
  • English
  • 8
  • Crime, Thrillers & Mystery
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  • By A. Reader on 12 June 2017

    Not the best Parker but still engrossing

  • By Guest on 29 May 2017

    A superb Parker novel, kept me interested untill the end.

  • By N Thompson on 4 December 2009

    This is another of the more recent Parker novels, which seem a lot cheaper to pick up than the originals. Part 1 sees Parker in prison (proving that he isn't immortal after all!) and a breakout that is fairly mediocre it has to be said. Maybe I have been watching too much Prison Break. The book then tends to lose itself in sideplots which is unusual as the Parker books are generally about fast paced hardboiled action and dialogue, short and to the point. However, about halfway through a heist is pulled off and I have to say it becomes an excellent read. 3 blokes trying to remove a concrete block shouldn't be exciting, but in Stark's hands it is, and this event takes place over several pages and believe me it is gripping stuff. Thankfully the book continues at this rate until the end and becomes classic Stark, classic Parker. I love the Parker novels but wouldn't recommend all of the more recent entries, but this is certainly one to add to the collection.

  • By P. N. Hussey on 14 October 2008

    Another terrific Parker novel where things seem to go from bad to worse with Parker's luck being the usual mix of good and bad. The story moves at a very brisk pace never letting you become bored and Parker is a terrific antihero. Filled with hardboiled dialogue and a good mix of violence this is another very good read.

  • By Mr. J. G. Hoad on 2 March 2014

    This is a very gripping book. Donald E Westlake's inimitable style shows through strongly: his ability to write a logical, consistently interesting plot is quite amazing.

  • By Robert Ellis on 30 June 2013

    Parker is a force of nature. He never deviates into softness or sentimentality. He makes Jack] Reacher and others of that ilk look wimpish..

  • By bubble on 22 April 2013

    A great crime caper book,very believable story with great characters, with of course Parker in usual violent form.Highly recommended.

  • By Mrs. Pamela Ward on 21 January 2017

    part way in, usual great parker touches

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