As well-versed in politics, pop culture, and crime fiction as he is ill-fated in life, Jack Taylor is recovering from a mistaken medical diagnosis and a failed suicide attempt. In need of money - and with former cop on his resume - Jack has been hired as a night-shift security guard. But his Ukrainian boss has Jack in mind for a bit of off-the-books work. He wants Jack to find what some claim to be the first true book of heresy, The Red Book, which is currently in the possession of a rogue priest who is hiding out in Galway after fleeing the Vatican.
Despite Jack's distaste for priests of any stripe, the money is too good to turn down. When Em, the many-faced woman who has had a vise on Jack's heart and mind for the past two years, reappears and turns out to be entangled with the story of The Red Book, too, Jack is led down ever more mysterious and lethal pathways....
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OH!! So Good
Like the ever ready bunny, Jack Taylor just keeps going. His nobel struggle is thrwarted at every step and turn but Jack's tenacity is unstopable. This book was short but all of Ken bruin's Jack Taylor stories are short but so satisfying. I love Gerard Doyle in all of his Irisn narrations but I must say that Gerry O'Brien did a capitol job on this one. Bring on the next installment , I plan to be at the head of the line.
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