Loose Ends

Loose Ends Jack Taggart an undercover Mountie lives in a world where the good guys and the bad guys change places in a heartbeat Taggart is very good at what he does Too good to be playing by the rules so the

  • Title: Loose Ends
  • Author: Don Easton
  • ISBN: 9781554885633
  • Page: 297
  • Format: ebook
  • Jack Taggart, an undercover Mountie, lives in a world where the good guys and the bad guys change places in a heartbeat Taggart is very good at what he does Too good to be playing by the rules, so the brass assign a new partner to spy on him.Taggart s new partner discovers a society dependent upon unwritten rules To break these rules is to lose respect, and to lose respJack Taggart, an undercover Mountie, lives in a world where the good guys and the bad guys change places in a heartbeat Taggart is very good at what he does Too good to be playing by the rules, so the brass assign a new partner to spy on him.Taggart s new partner discovers a society dependent upon unwritten rules To break these rules is to lose respect, and to lose respect is to lose one s life Loose Ends is is a tale of violence, corruption, and retribution, but it is also a story of honour and respect.

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  • I met Don Easton at the bookstore at Tillicum Mall and ended up buying the first four books in the Jack Taggart Mystery series. We spoke about my concern that details need not be explicit in describing the potential violence that was part of the series about an undercover RCMP officer and Don assured me by showing me the most graphic part in the first book. I purchased the first four books in the series.I found the writing to be engaging with good character development. The plot was believable a [...]


  • This was a great book. Danny a police officer with the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) is transferred to Vancouver and partnered with Jack Taggart. Taggart is a bit of a rogue and Danny is asked to spy on him. The more he gets to know Taggart the less he wants to do this. Taggarts niece and nephew are brutally murdered and this story is how he gets everyone involved.


  • Just finished Loose Ends last night! The first chapter was mind blowing however it was realistic & horrifying. The second chapter was 'Here we Go' make sure you have at least a 5-point harness on as you are going to need it!!! During the entire time reading Loose Ends I was on edge & could not stop thinking about what was going to happened next



  • Experienced undercover, organized crime officer with the Intelligence Section of the RCMP, Jack Taggart was exceptionally successful in his work. With the murders of his niece and nephew and little to go on, Jack vowed to exact justice for their deaths, his way. His new partner, green to the streets, Danny O’Reilly soon learned Jack would risk everything to hunt down his unknown prey. Turning over every stone, digging up lead after lead, the lines became blurred on the issues of legality with [...]


  • When he retired from a career as a hard-nosed undercover cop, Don Easton took up a career writing crime fiction and invented the character of Jack Taggart, a hard-nosed undercover cop. Loose Ends was published in 2005, after several years of gestation; since then, nearly one new title has arrived annually, supported by the fine Canadian mystery publisher, Dundurn Press; the latest -- Birds of a Feather -- is slated for release in Sep 2012.Jack Taggart is something of a bad-ass rogue undercover c [...]


  • After reading the author's last book in the Jack Taggart series, called Birds of a Feather, I wanted to go back and start from the beginning with this, his first book. Jack Taggart is an undercover RCMP officer who battles some seriously bad guys, and solves some truly horrifying crimes. The author is a former RCMP undercover agent, and one can't help wondering how much of the stories are fact versus fiction. I found this novel just as engaging as his last one, and will now work my way through t [...]


  • Wow, I found it extremely unsettling and gritty at first but I persevered and am glad I finished it. I thought it was well written and had lots of suspense. Reminds me a bit of the Dragon Tattoo series. The story deals with biker gangs in Canada-the story takes place in Vancouver. The protagonist is an undercover Mountie who has learned how to survive when dealing with the extremely bad characters he encounters. His sense of justice is what reminds me of Lisbeth in the Laarson series.


  • This book was amazing. I went to the mall one day and i saw this man ( Don Easton) signing books so I start talking to him about his novels so I purchase the book He sign it and I got home and start to read it I loved it. At a later date Don Easton was there again and I purchase 3 more books. Having a actor sign my books made me so happy, I never had that before in my lifeDon you are amazingConny from Victoria


  • I could not put this book down once I started reading it. I couldn't get to the next page fast enough. I am so thankful a friend told me about Don Easton becoming an author. Loose Ends had me on thethe edge of my seat. I was very thankful there were more books out when I first learned of this authorbecause Loose Ends had me wanting to read more.


  • At first I had trouble recommending this novel because of the dark and gritty start but as the novel progressed I fell in love with the writing style and the story. The local aspect made it that much better! I own most of the books by Don Easton and recommend them to most of my freinds!


  • Outstanding.Absolutely fantastic. One of the best books I've read. Full of great characters, thrill packed, action galore and tons of surprises. Don't wait, read it now. This book deserves ten stars.


  • Pretty standard fare. Abundant cliches; the hooker with a heart of gold, the rogue cop who does things his own way etc. etc. Kept thinking it would be referred to as a "dime store novel" if this was fifty years ago!OK



  • Simply written and easy to read. The plot line was a little see-through at times, but still enjoyable. Would recommend as a good weekend read - not too complex



  • A most pleasant read. Story holds together well, characters were well formed, and it's set in Canada.Nicely done! Reminded me of Ian Rankin's writings which is a good thing.I'll read more by him.


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