Very good book! Second book in the series. Be sure to read Whiskey Sour first. I felt like the book was well written and entertaining! The main character is a female, and although the book is written by a man it seems to work well. Love that cat! Action packed and full of murder and danger, it is also full of oneliners and other comedy. Some say graphic but I don't think it is. QUICK to read. Flows smoothly and makes you want to pick up the next so you can get right back into the adventure. Best read in order so you understand the characters, the relationships and the past casts and situations referred to. Be sure to pick up Rusty Nail next.
Lt. "Jack" Daniels is an insomniac cop. Brilliantly funny - but a warning, it's also graphic. I don't ordinarily like graphic stories, but this one kept me on the edge of my seat while at the same time laughing like crazy over the dialogue, which is really witty.
This is book 2 in the Jack Daniels mystery series, I knew when I first picked up Whiskey Sour I was going to be drunk on this series, a hard nosed Chicago Cop, who is smart sassy and VERy good at her job.
When Lieutenant Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels receives a re-
port of an excess of body parts appearing at the Cook County Morgue, she hopes it's only a miscount. It's not.
Even worse, these extra limbs seem to be accessorized with Jack's handcuffs. Jack must put her train wreck of a personal life on hold to catch a terrifying and brilliant maniac--a maniac for whom getting caught is only the beginning.
I really enjoyed this book and think I will look for another one by this author.
This is the second book in the series. The story will get you hooked in the beginning. It does get alittle gorey in the details at times but intriguing story. I enjoy the references to Chicago locations. Look forward to reading book 3.
Third in a series of novels about police woman Jacqueline (Jack) Daniels.
Sgt. Daniels receives a report of excess body parts appearing at the Cook County Morgue. To make it worse, the excess limbs seem to be wearing a set of Jack's handcuffs!
Konrath's books combine humor and gruesome suspense all in one. Good, interesting reading!
John D. (jdulaney) reviewed Bloody Mary (Jacqueline ''Jack'' Daniels, Bk 2) (Audio CD) (Unabridged) on
I started with "Fuzzy Navel" and had to go back and start the series from the beginning! This is a GREAT series! Funny, loads of action, it is an 'R" rating for those who prefer clean content. It has some graphic horror descriptions. I LOVED the whole series!
I certainly enjoyed this audio. J.A. Konrath is absolutely brilliant. He can write a great suspense story and throw in some "laugh out loud" humor with it.
Great story! I plan to listen to more of his audios.