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Vachss is a fantastic and descriptive writer. His Burke novels are wonderful, engaging and thrilling. I hope they keep on coming forever!!Published 3 months ago by Jenn RW
The early Burke novels were some of my favorite books. The characters were especially interesting, and the plots, while dark, seemed to be uplifting in that Burke's justice... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kevin D. Girts
Ordered these for my husband upon his request. He said they were great reads and he really enjoyed them. He recommends themPublished 14 months ago by Pam
By my count, this was Vachss' 21st published book (19 novels & two short story collections). Most of the novels feature his rock-hard, loyal as a bestest friend, anti-hero/hero,... Read morePublished on May 6, 2012 by R. A. Frauenglas
This is about number 14 in the Burke series.
If you like your crime stories cut to the bone these are for you. Read more
So far the book starts with its usual style.
The only thing I would like to know is why the style of the book has changed, and by this I mean the physical appearance? Read more
After a couple of disappointing books Andrew Vachss redeems himself. Do yourself a favor and start with this series at the beginning. Great characters, satisfying endings.Published on January 22, 2008 by Barb
This is another great book for Burke fans. Just when you think that you have a grasp on the world of child-sellers, porn and black mailers, Vachss gives you a look at something... Read morePublished on December 11, 2007 by Douglas Setter