During the chase, Jack jeopardizes her career, her love life, and her closest friends. She also comes to a startling realization - serial killers have families, and blood runs thick.
Rusty Nail features more of the laugh-out-loud humor and crazy characters that saturated Whiskey Sour and Bloody Mary, without sacrificing the nail-biting thrills. This is Lt. Jack Daniels' third, and most exciting, adventure yet.
Crack another case with Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels.
©2006 J.A. Konrath; (P)2006 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I LOVE THIS ONE. IT'S THE BEST IN THE SERIES FOR ME. I LOVE THE DETAILS AND THE EXACT THOUGHT PROCESS. IT WAS A CANT STOP LISTENING. BOUGHT THE BOOK TO SEND TO A FRIEND. YEAH JACK.
I have enjoyed the other Jack Daniels books, but with each one they become more disturbingly graphic. The torture in this book is so disgusting that I couldn't listen to it. I finally gave up as the book was troubling me. I deleted it and I won't be buying anymore of Konrath's books.
This has to be the funnest and grossest book in the series. I was howling when the rat ate McGlade's favorite chopped off finger (middle one of course)! Do not buy the series if you are looking for a good mystery or true to life story line. These books are full of silly puns, unbelievable stories and will make you laugh and grossed out at the same time.
Sample the narrators first,but I love the voices of Susie and Dick. I can't get enough of the series.
Maybe a high schooler.
The story as i stated before took a long time getting to the point . It was a good listen for me
Loved Dick Hill but the lady not so much.
The whole thing..
I will try and listen to other Jack Daniel stories maybe I will find one I can really get into.
Gore ... If you enjoy a lot of gore, you will love this story. It is a good mystery, and the readers are fine. Just when you think it cannot get worse, you get hit with an even more gory sequence.
This is the 4th book in the "Jack Daniels" series I've listened to and have decided that they are not worth an Audible "Credit". The titles of the books are... cute. But the stories, characters, dialogue are as flat as stale beer.
I love this author and his work, but as a lifetime Chicagoan, the narration was unbearable! Why not just get somebody from Chicago to narrate, rather than put on a very incorrect and exaggerated "accent" to represent the characters? I had to download the printed version of the book onto my Nook, couldn't bear listening.
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