Dean Koontz’s The Good Guy

All Tim Carrier wanted to do was drink some beer, and visit a couple of friends. Maybe even chat with some strangers, but getting caught in the middle of a murder-for-hire scheme was not on the agenda. What would you do? Call the cops? Call the would-be victim? Who would actively put themselves into the line of fire? Tim would.

Tim is one of the most honest heroes that I’ve ever met in Mr. Koontz’s works. He really didn’t see anything he did was something special. Everyone around him did. The assassin, Krait, was something else. Anything good seemed to offend the guy.

My favorite scenes were those when Tim was talking to Michelle, and when Mary was rescued.

Mr. Koontz, once again, gave us heroes that we need today in this book. I enjoyed it.

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