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A fine job, Mr. Bruen.
I love watching Jack Taylor spin ever downward.
I also love how firmly you place your finger on the pulse of Western Ireland. Read more
A Jack Taylor book which depicts the Irish life as I would have never guessed. A likable character.Published 2 months ago by george efstration
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 6 months ago by townie
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 11 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 12 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 13 months ago by David Lohmeier