Charnel House, Dean Koontz "The Good Guy" Signed Limited Edition #93/350 (Very Fine)

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Charnel House, Dean Koontz "The Good Guy" Signed Limited Edition #93/350 (Very Fine)
New York. 2007. Charnel House. Signed Limited Edition. Dean Koontz "The Good Guy". Limited to only 350 signed and numbered copies. This edition has been personally hand signed by the author Dean Koontz on a special limitation page.

This is #93 of 350. Photos are of the actual volume.

This handsome edition is bound in Japanese Mongara-Ori silk. The title is blind stamped in a mirror image on the front board. The slipcase is bound in Japanese Royal Shantung.

In The Good Guy, Dean Koontz tests the limits of an ordinary guy put into an extraordinary situation involving a pretty, young woman, completely unaware of a $10,000 hit on her life being carried out by a cop, whom Koontz calls evil incarnate.

Condition - Very Fine in Very Fine slipcase. A wonderful bright clean copy in the same condition as originally shipped from the publisher.

Signature Authenticity - The signature is certified authentic by the publisher Charnel House. Dean Koontz has personally hand signed this edition directly into the book. The autograph is genuine and not an auto-pen, facsimile, stamp or a copy.


“Dark suspense leavened by just enough sentiment.... Fans of Koontz will recognize and relish his trademark, gently ironic dialogue and firmly fleshed characterizations.”—Kirkus Reviews

“A thriller so compelling many readers will race through the book in one sitting.... , the novel’s breathless pacing, clever twists and adroit characterizations all add up to superior entertainment.”—Publishers Weekly, starred review

"White-knuckle suspense as gripping as any Koontz has ever written."—Booklist

“Shades of Alfred Hitchcock.... Get ready for tension as only Koontz can create it.”—Sacramento Bee

“Dean Koontz is a master of his craft.... [He] will make you think twice about the high price of being an innocent bystander.... Chalk up another one for the good guy, who knows how to search for a small patch of light as darkness threatens all around.”—New Orleans Times Picayune

About The Good Guy

One man. One choice. Someone must die.

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Dean Koontz comes this pulse-pounding thriller that starts with a terrifying decision we all might face one day: Help—or run. Timothy Carrier is an ordinary guy. He enjoys a beer after work at his friend’s tavern, the eccentric customers and amusing conversations. But tonight is no ordinary night. The jittery man sitting beside him has mistaken Tim for someone else—and passes him an envelope stuffed with cash and the photo of a pretty woman. “Ten thousand now. You get the rest when she’s gone.”

Tim Carrier always thought he knew the difference between right and wrong, good and evil. But tonight everything he thought he knew—even about himself—will be challenged. For Tim Carrier is at the center of a mystery of extraordinary proportions, the one man who can save an innocent life and stop a killer as relentless as evil incarnate. But first he must discover resources within himself of which he never dreamed, capacities that will transform his idea of who he is and what it takes to be . . .

About the Author

Dean Koontz, the author of many #1 New York Times bestsellers, lives with his wife, Gerda, and the enduring spirit of their golden retriever, Trixie, in southern California.

credits: Amazon's page for The Good Guy


A wonderful bright clean copy free of any markings, writings, or stamps. Sharp corners that have not been bumped. Tight binding. Most likely an unread book. No bookplates attached or indication of any removed. The gilded page edges are free of any marks, scratches, or blemishes.
Charnel House (2007)
Japanese Mongara-Ori silk
Signed Limited Edition of 350
Very Fine/Very Fine slipcase
Signature Authenticity:
Lifetime Guarantee of Signature Authenticity. Personally signed by the author directly onto the special title page of the book. The autograph is not a facsimile, stamp, or auto-pen.