Reviews

  • Ken Bruen is finally getting his due...Priest is grimy, brooding, pawkily funny and wholly original. Great.

    The Observer
  • Ken Bruen's novel takes us down some dark and mysterious roads where Irish angst meets 21st-century reality in a gripping story of guilt and redemption.

    Independent on Sunday
  • Bruen writes tight, urgent, powerful prose, his dialogue is harsh and authentic and Jack Taylor has become one of today's most interesting shamuses.

    The Times
  • Priest is hardboiled in the best way, unforgiving and unforgettable.

    Sunday Tribune
  • Grim and elegiac by turns, Bruen is a distinctive talent who has integrated his inner fury and American noir influences to establish a powerful, original and controversial presence.

    Guardian

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