Richard Stark, Dirty Money (Grand Central, $23.99). Flash: Parker’s back. The ruthless burglar you hate to love is out to retrieve, launder, and spend the money he stole and stashed four years ago in Nobody Runs Forever, and–as usual–he’ll do anything to get what he wants. Cold, amoral, and impeccably professional, Parker is Donald E. Westlake’s most memorable and disturbing creation, and the twenty-fourth of his published capers is every bit as satisfying as its predecessors. Mr. Anecdotal Evidence had an instant conversion experience after reading No. 23, Ask the Parrot. What are you waiting for? (TT).