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The author spent more time describing alcohol and drug Hayes than working on a more interesting plot. Very disappointed. Vague plot was similar to Dennis Lahanes "Mystic River"Published 2 months ago by Sam Considine
Ah, this was okay. Had watched the series on Acorn and thought to read one of the books behind the series. I was not motivated to purchase any more. Read morePublished 7 months ago by B. J. G.
I've read three of these now and each one has a plot, but that'll be ignored. Each one has a hero, but he'll be hopelessly flawed. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ronnie Justice
I was afraid Bruen's first ("The Guards") was going to be a fluke, but I'm happy to say my fears were unfounded - the second was even better than the first and I'm looking... Read morePublished 9 months ago by David Lohmeier
love his style of writing, and Jack has become lovable. I particularly like the quotes, which are well chosen, and his up to date knowledge of the current songs and movies, making... Read morePublished 11 months ago by P Haynes
As good as the first, which is saying something. Far superior to the television series, which is practically unrecognizable in comparison.Published 14 months ago by Not Cordelia
Love Ken Bruen. I hate what he does to Jack Taylor but it's like watching a train wreck. Can't turn away. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer