Title Profile & Character Information

Robert B. Parker's Fool Me Twice

Annotation
Paradise, MA, is no paradise for Marisol Hinton, whos there to film a movie even as she anguishes over the unrelenting jealousy of her estranged husband. Then she receives a death threat, and Jesse Stone swings into action. Brandman wrote 2011s best-selling Robert B. Parkers Killing the Blues and has written and/or produced a bunch of Parker adaptations for CBS.

Characters
NameStone, Jesse
GenderMale
OccupationPolice chief
TraitsDivorced
Recovering alcoholic

GenreFiction
Suspense
Mystery
    --Police procedural
    --Hard boiled
TopicsMotion picture industry
Death threats
Estranged families
Jealousy
Actors
Automobile accidents
Small town life
Teenage girls
Witnesses
SettingParadise, Massachusetts
Massachusetts
Small town


Series
  Jesse Stone mystery
1Night passage
2Trouble in Paradise
3Death in Paradise
4Stone cold
5Sea change
6High profile
7Stranger in paradise
8Night and day
9Split image
10Robert B. Parker's killing the blues
11Robert B. Parker's fool me twice
12Robert B. Parker's damned if you do
13Robert B. Parker's blind spot
14Robert B. Parker's the devil wins
15Robert B. Parker's debt to pay
16Robert B. Parker's the hangman's sonnet