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All in all it's good clean fun or bad dirty mayhem...or good clean mayhem...whatever.
Great book that I have been looking forward to after reading some of Gischler's newer stuff...very well written and entertaining.
There's plenty of tension interspersed with dry wit, and the characters and dialogue are equally well done.
It's very entertaining book. I love the surprises along the way. Abso - fxxxing - lutely love this book!Published 1 month ago by SunnyBunny
I never read thrillers, but was assigned this one in class. I was surprised by how much fun it was, the action kept moving and the main character was compelling.Published 7 months ago by Melody Griggs
A wham-bam crime thriller that hums along at a rapid fire pace, Gun Monkeys is just the ticket for fans of hard-boiled crime fiction or Quentin Tarantino movies. Read morePublished 7 months ago by LesPaul_MorGood
Not bad, but not great either. If purchased from the bargain bin at a used book store - ok. But don't bother buying it new.Published 11 months ago by srdowns
Great poolside read. I personally liked GoGo Girls of the Apocolypse better but all books by this author are worth the money or the time to find them at your local library.Published 12 months ago by becca swain
While I wouldn't care to know any of the characters in this novel, it is an interesting glimpse of the criminal culture with its own peculiar values. Read morePublished 13 months ago by david w livingston
Great book that I have been looking forward to after reading some of Gischler's newer stuff...very well written and entertaining.Published 21 months ago by Joshua Bell
I generally prefer my mysteries and detective stories on the cerebral side, rather than hardboiled Raymond Chandler and Cornell Woolrich noir-style, but I'll make an exception for... Read morePublished on August 19, 2012 by Michael K. Smith
This mug, Victor Gischler, seems to be a like an Oklahoma version of Raymond Chandler with a little Cormac McCarthy and Tim Dorsey thrown into the mix. Read his books, all of them. Read morePublished on April 1, 2012 by Michael A. Golden