Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Book Review: The Corruptible by Mark Mynheir

I love good detective novels, and this is a great one. Mark Mynheir has given us a complex character in his Private Investigator Ray Quinn, one that reveals his layers little by little. But at the same time, Ray isn’t static. As he reveals himself to his friends and to us, we see him growing, changing, and digging deep into his personal challenges.

In “The Corruptible”, Ray is hired by financial magnate Armon Mayer to investigate the theft of some information from his company. When the suspect is found dead in a seedy motel room, Ray wonders just who the real bad guy is. He doggedly pursues the clues to the very end – which may very well be his own.

“The Corruptible” is the second Ray Quinn novel from Mr. Mynheir, whose bio makes me confident that the gritty reality he shows us in genuine. Ray Quinn is already a favorite of mine, and I’ll be reading the first novel in the series “The Night Watchman” as soon as possible.

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher for my review.

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