Saturday, October 02, 2010

What I Read #88


The Good Guy by Dean Koontz: Tim Carrier is enjoying a beer at his favorite watering hole. He is mistaken for a "hitman" offered $10,000 to "off" Linda Paquette. Before he can explain that he isn't who the stranger is looking for, the stranger disappears. Thus begins a nightmare as Tim finds Linda, explains that someone wants her dead, and he is willing to save her. High speed excitement is on every page. This one, by the author of the equally exciting "The Husband," is one you don't want to miss!
Happy Reading,
JE

6 comments:

Lilith said...

I read this book and LOVED it!

Jimmie Earl said...

Lillith, have you read "The Husband?" If you haven't, do cause it's as good if not better!

Curley said...

Have read "The Husband" and it is really good. Held my interest from cover to cover. Would love to read "The Good Guy"

Jimmie Earl said...

Curley,
I'll bring it to you when I get home!

Lilith said...

Yep, I've read "The Husband". It was really good too, although I was disappointed with the ending.

If you are looking for more books by him you might also try Velocity. That will knock your socks off!

Jimmie Earl said...

I like Koontz, but not if the book is weird!