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Bruen is addicting. I love Nick Carter with all his flaws. He is one of the most interesting characters I've encountered and
he doesn't have notions.
Irish noir at it's finest. Intelligently written. Not the usual mass produced/best seller drivel.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
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 5 months 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 5 months 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 7 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 8 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 9 months ago by Shirley Schwartz