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Review of The Ghosts of Galway by Ken Bruen

THE GHOSTS OF GALWAY (2017) is Ken Bruen’s 13th Jack Taylor novel. Jack’s an ex-Garda living in Galway, a drunk who got kicked out of the Guards when first introduced back in 2001. 362 more words

Fiction

I Looked in My Mirror, and a Red Light Was Blinkin'

One of the many things police do (and probably the one most of us are most familiar with) is to regulate traffic. It isn’t a high-status job to catch speeders and suspected impaired drivers, but it is important. 919 more words

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Krimis, die man 2017 lesen sollte (V)

Die letzten Wochen war es hier urlaubsbedingt ein wenig still. Das ändert sich nun wieder. Ich hole mal ein paar Buchempfehlungen nach. Demnächst gibt es davon noch mehr. 802 more words

Krimis, Die Man Lesen Sollte

Review of 'The Ghosts of Galway'

RATING: 3/5

I should mention right off the bat that the publisher was kind enough to send me a digital copy of ‘The Ghosts of Galway’ through Netgalley for review. 434 more words

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Ghosts of Galway by Ken Bruen

Mysterious Press

Release Date: November 17, 2017

I have to admit, I fell for the cover, but it’s the synopsis that pulled me in (from NetGalley): 601 more words

Books, Book Reviews, Netgalley

The freebie

There is nothing quite like a free bag. Or book. Both, even.

The Resident IT Consultant should be jaded by now, but he still brought home this cloth bag with a copy of The Scotsman and the crime novel A White Arrest by Ken Bruen. 236 more words

Books

Ghosts of Galway

Ken Bruen is a singular voice in crime fiction with his ear for lilting Irish prose and his taste for the kind of gallows humor heard only at the foot of the gallows” (New York Times Book Review). 571 more words

Book Review - Mystery / Suspense / Thriller