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"Taking on PJ" is a short story from the collection Dublin Noir.

Brand new stories by: Ken Bruen, Eoin Colfer, Jason Starr, Laura Lippman, Olen Steinhauer, Peter Spiegelman, Kevin Wignall, Jim Fusilli, John Rickards, Patrick J. Lambe, Charlie Stella, Ray Banks, James O. Born, Sarah Weinman, Pat Mullan, Gary Phillips, Craig McDonald, Duane Swierczynski, Reed Farrel Coleman, and others.Irish crime-fiction sensation Ken Bruen and cohorts shine a light on the dark streets of Dublin. Dublin Noir features an awe-inspiring cast of writers who between them have won all major mystery and crime-fiction awards. This collection introduces secret corners of a fascinating city and surprise assaults on the "Celtic Tiger" of modern Irish prosperity.

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  • Anchorage Alaska
  • 12-21-16

Raunchy and hysterically funny

Loved it. Three solid laughs out loud. The rest was just really funny. This writer and narrator are the best pairing since wine and cheese.

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This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

The story starts out with a girl who has stolen something. She is obviously poor and so the language may portray a good description of the character. I just was not invested in the story to put up with the language.