Rusty Nail (Jacqueline

Rusty Nail (Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels Series #3)

by J. A. Konrath
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Rusty Nail (Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels Series #3) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 37 reviews.
Drewano More than 1 year ago
‘Rusty Nail’ is another great addition to the Jack Daniels Series. The book is a good mix of action and plot development but isn’t for the faint of heart as it has a lot of gratuitous violence. The characters are interesting and fun and make for an interesting story (although I figured out who the killer was about half way through). The writing is good just make sure you don’t read it over your morning cereal!
MKPMRP More than 1 year ago
This was an amazing ride from start to finish. Tough as nails woman cop who gets it done ! I will definitely have to read the rest of this series !
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not bad. Interesting and easy to read.
ytaylor More than 1 year ago
Damn... This book caught my attention from the very first page, and was so intense that I could not put this book down. Jack Daniels has her hands full....Her love life sucks, her partner is in the hospital facing surgery, her mother is in a coma, Harry's back to drive her crazy, and she is stuck with the cat from HELL.  To top it off, someone is out there killing people that helped Jack out with the Gingerbread Case.  Now this person(s) are after her.  I absolutely love this character and cant wait to get started on the next book.
I_Want_To_Be_Sam More than 1 year ago
another great Jack Daniels book.
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J.A. Konrath is such a talented, gruesomely funny author! Something new and refreshing to read....I am truly a new and very pleased fan!
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jengin81 More than 1 year ago
I loved it! Because I had read the 4th book first in the series, I kept trying to predict the ending to the 3rd book when I finally got to it. But that's my own fault, and I absolutely LOVE the series!
Genswirl More than 1 year ago
I bought this book b/c it was on sale and I needed somthing to read. Never having heard of the Jack Daniels series, I had no idea what I was setting myself up for. I have several series that I HAVE to read and this has become one of them. I back tracked and read Whiskey Sour and Bloody Mary and I'm in the middle of Dirty Martini now. I certainly hope Konrath has another coming out in the next few weeks. It won't take me long to read the last two in the series.
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katknit More than 1 year ago
Rusty Nail is my first foray into the world of Lt. Jack (short for Jaqueline) Daniels, a forty-something police detective who cares about her job. She recently nabbed the uber-sadistic Gingerbread Man serial killer, but some recent developments are giving Jack a sense of deja-vu. Someone is delivering horrific snuff videos to her door, complete with personal taunts and death threats. Others who had been involved in the Gingerbread investigation feature prominently in these sick flicks. What I liked: Jack. She's a good, honest cop and a strong woman. Sure, she has her problems, but who doesn't? The basic plot. The attempt at humor and levity, although some of it fell rather flat. The Chicago setting. Mr. Whiskers, Jack's adopted cat. The final battle. What I disliked: Some of the characters descended into the realm of caricature. The sickening details of torture, which were heavily overdone to the point of becoming gratuitous. Final rating: Just OK. Will have to check out another in the series before deciding one way or the other on this series.
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