The Corruptible - Mark Mynheir

Price: $14.99

Format: Trade Paperback

ISBN: 9781601420749

Release: 4.5.2011

Fiction - Christian - Suspense

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Not my favorite by a long shot

by Heather McKenty
August 14, 2012
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I didn't get very far in this book. I found some of it a bit hard to follow. As a matter of fact, I had set it aside for a few months and go back to the beginning when I picked it up again. When I tried reading it the second time, I only got another few pages into it than I did the first go around. But what really turned me off this book in the end was when I read a "shocker" of a word from the main character, Ray Quinn. Okay, I get it. He's not a Christian, but has a Christian influence in his job which I'm sure will convert him later in this series. But for being in the Christian thriller genre, I was just a bit surprised. I will not be reading any other books by this author.

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