(I also copy this to Mr T., as the mysteries of the deep group mailboxes
still are threatening my messages)
Jack Taylor series- Ken Bruen
IMO, you will be better to start with the first volume of the series : THE
GUARDS (1999), which is until now the best of this series, certainly for
what concerns the construction of the central character. Very dark,
nihilist, but a real good novel. With a “moral” twist at the end to make one
of the most ambiguous, but resonant, ending of a noir novel I read.
After this one, and it’s only my opinion, the rest does not absolutely need
to be red in the publishing order.
On Sun, Mar 1, 2009 at 3:14 AM, John Weagly <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I just picked up THE DRAMATIST, which is number 4 in Ken Bruen's Jack
> Taylor Series. I haven't read any of the other Taylor books, so I was
> wondering... Should I read them in order or does it make a difference?
> Also, anybody have any thoughts on SNITCH JACKET by Christopher Goffard?
> John Weagly
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