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Like all of the Burke series it is really well written. great read.Published 6 months ago by Mr. Doyle D. Corley
Vachss is capable of crisp writing -- The Getaway Man, for example -- but this isn't it. He seems tired of the Burke character, the whole thing is a little disjointed, and frankly,... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dan Allison
I have every single Burke novel, they are a great read-I am sad that I finished the series.Published 11 months ago by Michelle Almonte-Kaplan
Vachss is a fantastic and descriptive writer. His Burke novels are wonderful, engaging and thrilling. I hope they keep on coming forever!!Published 19 months ago by Jenn RW
like all the burke books action abounds the character is engrossing.plots,subplots;its greatmust reading for all mystery fans.if you like anti heros he the bestPublished 20 months ago by Stephan M. Podielsky
Ordered these for my husband upon his request. He said they were great reads and he really enjoyed them. He recommends them
I'm a crime/noir/underground/mystery fan, so I was looking forward to getting acquainted with a new series. Read morePublished on December 27, 2009 by Steve Lawson
I'll be really sorry to see the Burke series end. I like Andrew Vachss, and I've read a few of his other books, but his Burke series is by far my favorite. Read morePublished on June 1, 2009 by Meddy's Mind