The Good Guy

The Good Guy

Book - 2007
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Timothy Carrier is sitting in a bar when the man next to him mistakes him for someone else and hands him an envelope with $10,000. The man leaves after handing Tim a photo of a woman marked for death and her address. Soon the killer arrives believing Tim is the one who wants to hire him.
Publisher: New York : Random House Large Print, c2007
Edition: 1st large print ed
ISBN: 9780739327258
Characteristics: 493 p. ; 24 cm


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Jun 04, 2014

Very entertaining and suspenseful but have read better from Dean Koontz

Mar 01, 2013

With this book we see Mr. Koontz's evolving as a sociopolitical creature, often including real aspects in his novels, he correctly, if very subtlely, shows the psyco-assassin from the privatized prison venue (the ideal preserve for the cheapest assassins conceivable), but drops the ball by portraying the standard "shadow government" ending, when the father-knows-best (or mother-knows-best) scenario, where the top politicians are really good guys after, truly a fictional concept. With his book, "Relentless" - - Koontz completely nails the real deal, in other words, REALITY writ large! (The common fictional fallacy, as also found in Stieg Larsson's "Girl W/The Dragon Tatoo" trilogy. Read Mr. Koontz's "Relentless" to see how he finally, firmly grasps reality as fiction!)

Green_Bat_11 Mar 24, 2012

Easy read, suspenseful. The 'bad' guy is a bit disturbing. A good read for adults. I recommend it for adults.

Magnifico1969 Jan 03, 2012

I did not realize that I had already read this one , two years ago.
Fast-moving and familar to the style that Koontz's readers are accustomed to.
All in all, it's a decent read.

Aug 09, 2011

Absolutely loved this one by one of by favourite authors. Lots of dark psychological stuff and interesting characters. Couldn't put it down.

Dec 01, 2010

One of the best books I have ever read.

One of the main characters in this book is the evilest character I have ever read about. I didn't cheer for the guy because well, he was bad.. but I loved him because of how dynamic and complicated he was. His character was stunningly scarey.

I would reccommend this book to anyone. It will keep you reading from cover to cover until its finished!


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