Tonight I Said Goodbye by Michael Koryta


This was the first book published by best selling author Michael Koryta when he was just age-21.

It’s OK.  But not nearly as good as the other 3 Koryta books I’ve read.

I might have been somewhat turned off by the reader,  Scott Brick, perhaps the #1 voice of audio books.  I’m tired of his over emotional voice.

This book introduces Lincoln Perry, a hotshot private investigator.  His older, crusty partner.  A couple of love interests.  Russian bad guys.  A likeable reporter named Amy Ambrose.

Personally I didn’t buy into the plot at any point.  Nor did I like the outcome.

I’ll skip the rest of his Lincoln Perry books in protest.

Koryta got much, much better later in his career.



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