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Terse, eloquent, human and profoundly moving. They don't write them any better than this. I guarantee you'll be hooked on Ken Bruen and Jack Taylor.Published 2 days ago by John R. Bedosky
I love this Irish police, P,I. genre and the character development is really good. The "anti" hero is a heavy drinker, sometimes drug using ex-Garda (police) who, sorta,... Read morePublished 7 days ago by kcscull
'The Killing of the Tinkers' is certainly a fun yet strange mystery novel, the second in the Jack Taylor series. Read morePublished 2 months ago by lazza
Less bleak than the first book. Still a nice read, quality Irish lit. Can't wait to tear into the next book!Published 3 months 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 4 months 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 4 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 6 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 8 months ago by george efstration