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SERIAL KILLERS UNCUT by Crouch and Konrath
Joe sez: I often get asked by readers what order the Jack Daniels books should be read in.
I purposely write each book so it can be read without any prior knowledge of any of the others. If you want to start on the last book and work backwards, or start in the middle, you can still enjoy the series without missing anything.
That said, some readers do want a chronological list of events in Jack's life. So here it is.
Besides the ten Jack Daniels novels, Jack and her cohorts have appeared as supporting characters in several other books and stories. Here's the order, from her years as a rookie cop, to the future.
SHOT OF TEQUILA by JA Konrath
If you'd like to follow Luther Kite's twisted journey, here's the order:
DESERT PLACES by Blake Crouch
The Jack Daniels books also crossover with several books by me and my frequent collaborators Blake Crouch and Ann Voss Peterson.
THE LIST by JA Konrath
Plus there are a whole lot of short stories I've written with other authors that take place in the Jack Daniels universe. If you're looking for a complete bibliography, just search Amazon for "JA Konrath Reading Order" to get a handy list of everything I've ever written.
Thanks for reading!
About the Author
J.A. KONRATH is the bestselling author of ten novels in the Lt. Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels thriller series. Visit Jack and J.A. at jakonrath.com. --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- ASIN : B004YDNNK8
- Publication date : April 27, 2011
- Language : English
- File size : 779 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 575 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #763,826 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
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If you are a TRUE horror fan, this book is for you. If you delight in blood, gore, mutilation, torture, and cold-blooded murder, this book will keep you glued to its every word. If a little part of you (or especially if a BIG part of you!) ever roots for the bad guy, you will relish this book!
It is shocking, thrilling, and (at times) hilarious! These authors have made the lives of serial killers exciting and suspenseful. You KNOW authors are good when they can make you sympathetic (maybe even a little envious) toward psychopathic, sadistic murderers! And these same authors can make you howl with laughter while reading about the heinous slaughter of innocent victims. Wow. That's quite an accomplishment!
This collection of interwoven tales exposes the lives and interactions of a diverse group of killers. It is not for the faint-of-heart by any means. The authors take an interesting point of view: that of disparate group of serial killers whose lives are inexplicably interwoven. This collection of stories is hair-raising, and you'll be engrossed quickly and completely.
You owe it to yourself to read this book if you genuinely enjoy the horror/thriller genre.
●●●THANK YOU, BLAKE CROUCH, JACK KILBORN, AND JA KONRATH! Your hard work is appreciated and enjoyed more than you can imagine!●●●
I loved every minute of reading about the psychos that Crouch and Kilborn have created. I have read almost all of Crouch's books and most of Kilborns so I was already familiar with 99% of the characters in this massive short story collection. It was really cool how the authors actually sat down and figured all the characters into a timeline. Very creative.
My favorites of the bunch were "An Unkindness of Ravens" where almost every character in their combined universe all come together at a gun and knife show and "Break You". Im a huge fan of the Andrew Z. Thomas series by Crouch and was happy to Luther Kite make an appearence in alot of the stories. He is the ultimate bad-ass. Im definitley looking forward to the conclusion in the upcoming Crouch/Kilborn collaboration "Stirred". As much as I like Luther its about time he gets what he deserves, and also hopefully the conclusion of the Donald/Lucy saga that started this whole thing. Also worth mentioning is "A Murder of Crows".
Overall, if you are fan of these two authors and have not read this book your doing yourself an injustice. Buy it!
There were elements that were interesting but, in the end, it felt like the authors had set out to try to advertise their other works.
Ultimately, I'm not sure what the point was and I was left feeling disappointed with the authors along with the book.
Top reviews from other countries
I'm in two minds about UNCUT. As another reviewer mentioned, it's disjointed. Its a series of short stories featuring many different characters punctuated by adverts for other books those characters are featured in.
I suppose it gets a bit samey to tell of a single psychopath butchering innocent victims so we have many scenarios here where the various killers meet each other. Do they kill each other, can they? Or do they join together to hunt others? Can they trust each other?
America is a very large place but these maniacs seemed to forever be bumping into each other time after time, place after place.
So, although I enjoyed the stories, I got fed up with the embedded plugs for other books. And I wanted to read more of Donaldson who I had taken to after Serial.
Again, the book disappoints by finishing at the 80% mark. The remaining 20% of the book is extracts from other books and a discussion between the authors.
For fans there's a useful list of all the stories, novellas, and books about the characters, noting which are contained in this volume.
You get a lot of murder for (currently) little money, so its well worth buying.
But I'm now in two minds about taking a holiday to the US as almost everyone there seems to be a serial killer.......
it really romps through some horror that made me sit back and swallow hard in some places...
not much is left to the imagination with these guys at the helm...
loved all the links to the times/books chronology etc...
of course now I have to read all the bits in between.