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Less bleak than the first book. Still a nice read, quality Irish lit. Can't wait to tear into the next book!Published 29 days ago by Samuel Corr
Ken Bruen is an author of few words. His Jack Taylor books are short, succinct and directly to the point, and let me tell you, a lot happens in between the covers of his books. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shirley Schwartz
Ken Bruen is my idea of a wonderful writer. I have ordered everything that I can find with his name on it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Barbara81
Ken Bruen's Jack Taylor mysteries are always a good read! This is a writer who doesn't color inside the lines. Jack Taylor is gritty and compassionate, strong and vulnerable. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Steven Abernathy
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 6 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 10 months ago by townie