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More About the Author
Jack also appears in the novels Shot of Tequila, Flee, Spree, Three, Timecaster Supersymmetry, Banana Hammock, and Serial Killers Uncut, as well as the short story collection Jack Daniels Stories, and the novellas Floaters and Burners.
Other novels include the thrillers Origin, The List, Shot of Tequila, Disturb, and Timecaster.
Konrath writes horror under the name Jack Kilborn, including the bestsellers Afraid, Trapped, Endurance, and Haunted House.
You can visit him at www.JAKonrath.com
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Top Customer Reviews
If you are new to Konrath and the world of Jack Daniels, this is a very good jumping on place and a chance to sample Konraths style before jumping into the novels.
At the time I purchased it, this collection was selling as a Kindle download for just $2.99 and I found it to be quite a bargain. If you know you are going to love Konrath's short stories, an even better deal is 55 Proof for $4.99, which contains all of this book's stories, plus all those from 3 other collections by Konrath as well.
what to read next. You pick up a couple of different titles from your bookshelf,. start to read a chapter or
two and find that nothing really grabs you.
I had that problem a few weeks ago when a friend suggested that I read the first in the "Jack Daniels" series
of J A Konrath books,. for this suggestion I owe her a HUGE debt of thanks.
I began with Whiskey Sour which introduces the main character Det Jack Daniels and a supporting
group of wonderful characters. Well, here it is six weeks later,. and I have exhausted the entire series
available up to this point and am eagerly awaiting the next installment due out in October.
I am one of those readers who doesn't like to give too much away in discussing the books but let me
assure you that once you begin the series you will be caught up in the characters and plot of all the books
and wish you could read slower to savor the enjoyment longer.
My friend did me a huge favor in suggesting this author and I'm sure you will agree with both of us that this
is an author whose work is thoroughly fun, fast paced and a great read
Mark J Weinberg
This anthology is right up your alley. Nearly a dozen short stories from the world of Jack Daniels.
Have one or two for the road.
for me. Seemed like every time I started getting into a story it was over. He also
intensified some of the characters for short format which sometimes became
over the top. Worth reading but don't stand in line for it.
In general I enjoyed the stories. Certainly, a short story does not allow the depth of development that a novella or novel does, and that showed. While I wasn't fond of the picture the stories painted of Phineas Troutt, preferring what I know of him from the three series novels I've read, I tended to enjoy his stories the most. Of the stories featuring the Jack Daniels character, "Body Shots" was, to me, the best of the lot. I enjoyed the story featuring Herb Benedict, too, feeling that it gave me more insight into the character, which will come into play in reading the remaining series novels.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It'll save me the agony of knowing I paid for such junk. None of these short stories were of much value and they all had the same silliness structure - some worse than others. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Twostory
I first starting read the Jack Daniels series a while back and have been "binge" reading the books ever since. J.A. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mimi Crane
One of the best books I have read in quite a long time. Mr. Konrath is a terrific author! I will search for more of his books.Published 6 months ago by E. Pearl
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|J A Konrath proves skeptics wrong with his free book experiment||
...Joe, I'll bite. I'm taking this challenge and supporting your contention of `pricing right' this new `fee-nom' of proper price point on ebooks. As of 13:02 pm 6/1/10, JACK DANIELS STORIES is ranked #1058, better than the #2009 on 5/30. Rowena, we all have to give Joe credit for:
* putting his... Read More
Jun 1, 2010 by Garry M. Graves | See all 2 posts