Ken Bruen

Ken Bruen is an Irish writer of noir and pulp fiction.  

"The Local Paper here asked that me books be banned........THE HIGHEST PRAISE for an Irish writer."

— Ken Bruen

Jack Taylor novels:

The Guards (2001)

The Killing of the Tinkers (2002)

The Magdalen Martyrs (2003)

The Dramatist (2004

Priest (2006)

Cross (2007)

Sanctuary (2008)

The Devil (2010)

Headstone (2011)


ARTICLES FEATURING KEN

The Criminal Kind: Ken Bruen

It’s Jack Taylor’s lovably cynical personality, rather than the mystery, that drives the story forward....

The Criminal Kind: Ken Bruen


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