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The Corruptible (Ray Quinn #2)

3.96  ·  Rating details ·  195 Ratings  ·  64 Reviews
How much money would it take for you to betray the truth? Ex-homicide detective Ray Quinn never had glamorous thoughts of the life of a private investigator?but being cornered in a bathroom stall by the enraged philandering husband of a client? That?s something he could live without. Retired from homicide and living with a painful disability, Ray?s options are limited. Sti ...more
Paperback, 340 pages
Published April 5th 2011 by Multnomah (first published March 25th 2011)
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Jill Elizabeth
May 09, 2011 rated it liked it
The Corruptible is the second book in a series about cop-turned-private-investigator Ray Quinn. Now, if I had noticed it was the second book in a series at the time I was choosing a book to review (I received The Corruptible for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review), I would not have selected it. I did not read the first, and have a fairly hard-and-fast rule about not going out of order in a series if I can at all help it, because I don’t like feeling like I’m missing ...more
Ronald Roseborough
Ray Quinn, currently a Private Investigator, is an ex-homicide detective formerly with the Orlando Police Department. He retired from the OPD after being shot in the leg while tracking down a murderer. Now he has to rely on a cane and a bottle of Jim Beam to get him through the pain everyday. In addition to his friends on the force, his support staff consists of his partner-in-training, Crevis, who provides the muscle, while learning the ropes. Also, helping is Pam Winters, whose murdered brothe ...more
Jun 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing
In "investigating" this book 2 in the Ray Quinn series, I came across a comment by the author that this is the last book in the Quinn series. So thankful that I could go in to this preparing myself for the series to end. Otherwise, I might be more bereft than I already am. :) I loved book one and loved this book two/too. Frankly, from the ending, I would have thought Mynheir had set the perfect framework for a third book, so I am glad to have been forewarned.

I am going on to read more books by
Crystal Starr Light
May 12, 2011 rated it really liked it
Shelves: mystery, amazon-vine
A sequel that lives up to the first!

NOTE: I received this book from the Amazon Vine Program

Ray Quinn is now working as a PI for his Night Watch Man Detective Agency with Crevis, a young man trying hard to become a cop, and Pam, part-time administrative assistant. After a rough tumble in a men's bathroom, Ray gets an offer from Mayer Holdings to find some information that Logan, a former employee & "bad cop" stole. But as Ray digs, he learns this case gets weirder and weirder.

Night Watch Man
Oct 16, 2016 rated it it was amazing
A great story.
Dan Cooley
Jul 09, 2011 rated it really liked it
What do you get when you combine a Christian Marine with a SWAT Cop with a Dyslexic Detective?
Answer: One multifaceted author.

A story more engaging than The Corruptible is that of the life of its author. If you plan on reading anything by Mark Mynheir, it’s worth taking a trip to his website at

That being said, lets take a look at The Corruptible – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.

The Good
I read this book without having read the first in the Ray Quinn Series, The Nigh
Feb 18, 2011 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Intermediate and adult readers
Recommended to Chrystal by: Reviewed as a ARC from the publisher

If you haven't already heard, Mark Mynheir author of The Watchman has written a new Ray Quinn Mystery Novel. And although this is an excellent follow-up to The Night Watchman, make no mistakes about it; The Corruptible truly stands fully on its own, as a first rate detective novel from a real detective.
In The Corruptible, we find Ray Quinn an ex-Orlando Police Department-homicide detective being hired by, Armon Mayer, a Germophobic and the wealthy head of an investment firm - to recover a 30
H.A. Titus
Sep 19, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Back cover: How much money would it take for you to betray the truth?

Ex-homicide detective Ray Quinn never had glamorous thoughts of the life of a private investigator—but being cornered in a bathroom stall by the enraged philandering husband of a client? That’s something he could live without. Retired from homicide and living with a painful disability, Ray’s options are limited. Stick to the job, keep impetuous sidekick Crevis alive, and spend quiet evenings with trusted pal Jim Beam, that’s ab
Vera Godley
May 27, 2012 rated it really liked it
This is not typically the genre book I normally seek out - it is more of a "man's book." I do enjoy a good mystery, though, so that aspect grabbed me at the start. And yet, from the get-go, the author, Mark Mynheir, cloaks the Protagonist, Private Investigator Ray Quinn, with crisp dialogue that marks him as a former policeman, narcotics and homicide cop, and member of the elite group of defenders of society. They live in a world vastly different from law abiding citizens. They rub shoulders wit ...more
Sheri Salatin
Jul 29, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Sheri by: find books by title / author / isbn
What do you get when you cross a crotchety retired police officer with a learning disabled assistant and a Christian secretary? A book full of larger than life characters and a story that will hold your interest until the end.

Ray Quinn is a private investigator. After working for the Police department as a homicide detective for over 20 years, he is now his own boss. This book begins his journey on his second biggest case. Written from first person perspective, Ray journals his thoughts and step
Jade Eby
Jul 28, 2011 rated it liked it
Originally published at my blog Chasing Empty Pavements

Ex-homicide detective turned Private Investigator, Ray Quinn is on the mission to find out who stole his client's important information but when Quinn and his side kick Crevis (yes, like the crack in rocks) are thrown for a loop with a mysterious murder, the importance of finding out who did it is imperative. When Quinn and Crevis come up against some shady characters like a drug-dealing-biker-gang...will they be able to solve the crime?

Mar 13, 2011 rated it really liked it
Ray Quinn had been a Homicide Detective when he and his co-worker/fiancé were gunned down. The doctors patched up his hip and leg as best they could, but it’s painful and he relies heavily on a cane, as well as his good friend Jim Bean. His fiancé didn’t survive. He creates the Night Watchman Detective Agency after solving what turned into a high profile case that the police thought had been a murder suicide, while working as a night watchman in the building the murder took place; the first book ...more
Feb 24, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: review, kindle
How much money would it take for you to betray the truth?
Ex-homicide detective Ray Quinn never had glamorous thoughts of the life of a private investigator—but being cornered in a bathroom stall by the enraged philandering husband of a client? That’s something he could live without. Retired from homicide and living with a painful disability, Ray’s options are limited. Stick to the job, keep impetuous sidekick Crevis alive, and spend quiet evenings with trusted pal Jim Beam, that’s about the bes
Apr 11, 2012 rated it really liked it
First off, let me start by saying that Orlando, Florida is less than an hour away from where I currently live, and I thought it was really cool that I recognized some of the street names and places that were mentioned in the book. That made it easier for me to connect with the story on an even more personal level, because it was close to home, so to speak.

This is the first book I have read by Mr. Mynheir, and you can be sure that it will not be the last. The characters and storyline were realist
Jun 12, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I've made the decision to just read books written by men for a while. No ooey-gooey romance. I want my conflict to be more than just "should I go out with this guy or not?" or "should I tell him that I love him?" As horrid as this sounds, I want murder. I want lying. I want mystery. I want crime solving or legal dilemmas. I want the male leads to not be the kind of guys you melt over.

Ray Quinn is far from dreamy. He drinks too much. He only watches movies starring John Wayne. He's extremely sar
Ibjoy1953 Hannabass
May 27, 2011 rated it really liked it
The Corruptible Review

I knew this book would be interesting when it started out with Ray Quinn, ex-homicide detective in trouble in the bathroom, and its not what you would think! He is trying to hide from a former client’s husband that is not happy with how he handled the former case. As he stands on the ‘throne’ to keep his feet from being seen, he sends a text message to partner Crevis that he was in trouble. Crevis makes it in there just in time, and just as always, saves Ray’s back. Oh! an
May 15, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I love all book genres which involve solving crimes: Romantic Suspense, Cozy Mysteries, Police Procedurals, Private Detective Novels. So it’s been great to discover that more and more Christian authors are delving into this area to provide top-notch mysteries enhanced by deeper faith messages. One such author is Mark Mynheir, who writes the Ray Quinn mysteries. Have you heard of Ray Quinn?

If you’re drawn to an angst-filled hero who hides his heart of gold behind wise cracks and a tough demeanor,
Jul 29, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
If you read the excerpt above I'm sure you love the first line: DYING ON THE TOILET was not how I envisioned leaving this world, as much as I did! I received an ebook copy of The Corruptible by Mark Mynheir from WaterBrook Multnomah for the purpose of this review. It is the first Christian suspense/crime/detective novel that I've read. As a Christian who loves reading mysteries it is a welcome concept. You do not have to be a Christian to enjoy this is great crime/detective novel as w ...more
Nov 12, 2004 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2012
Ex homicide detective (medically retired) turned private investigator Ray Quinn takes you along on one of his run of the mill cases that turns out to be anything but run of the mill.

Ray is contracted by a wealthy businessman to find Logan Ramsey, an ex-cop turned security officer who���s taken off with sensitive corporate information. Ray's client is willing to reward him handsomely when the case is resolved swiftly and to his satisfaction. Ray is astonished at the obscene amount his client is w
Jun 08, 2011 rated it liked it
Book: The Corruptible
Author: Mark Mynheir
Reviewer: Sidne, the Book Club Reviewer


Ray Quinn, a Private Investigator, an ex-homicide detective formerly with the Orlando Police Department now retired after being shot in the leg while tracking down a murderer that left him disabled and his finance dead. He decides to open a private detective agency with the help of Crevis, his young partner who wants to become a policeman but fails the test, so he is being
Erin Cataldi
May 08, 2012 rated it really liked it
"The Corruptible" by Mark Mynheir is easily one of the best "thriller" novels this year. Admittedly, it started off a bit slow but once the plot began to thicken I was entranced. The characters are highly likable and the plot has more twists and plot turns than a Patterson novel.

The story follows Ray, a retired Orlando police officer turned private investigator, as he tries to solve a case involving a stolen hard drive. Ray takes on the powerful Armon as a client and tries to locate some "highly
Aug 06, 2011 rated it really liked it
Ray Quinn is a retired cop-turned-private-investigator after an injury to his hip left him permanently damaged and walking with a cane. That injury has slowed him down, but not much. After Ray is hired to recover some stolen property from a wealthy and evasive businessman, he discovers that the case he has accepted is much bigger than initially thought. The person who stole the missing property is a former cop turned dirty acquaintance of Ray’s. The easy part was finding his suspect, the hard pa ...more
Christy Lockstein
Apr 27, 2011 rated it it was amazing
The Corruptible by Mark Mynheir is the second book in the Night Watchman series about private investigator Ray Quinn. Ray is a former police officer who was shot in the hip while on duty, leaving him in constant pain and forced to use a cane. That day he also watched the woman he loved shot to death. The emotional and physical pain has left him dependent on alcohol to get through each day. Ray has been hired by enigmatic tycoon Armon Mayer to track down missing employee, Logan Ramsey, who disapp ...more
Amy Corwin
Mar 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: mystery, crime
Well, I wrote one review for this and lost it when I hit the button to post, so I'm afraid this one probably won't be as good. But I really enjoyed this book, mostly because the main character Ray Quinn was just the kind of damaged character I most like. Ray was a homicide detective who was injured in the line of duty and forced to retire. He then became a private investigator and joined up with a young man who just wants to learn enough to join the police force.

Enter a Howard Hughes wannabe ric
Tina Peterson
May 04, 2011 rated it it was ok
I really struggled with this book. I love a good crime novel, throw in some forensics and a good mystery and it makes for an enjoyable afternoon of reading in the rain. 3 weeks in I'm still struggling and think I have finally given up the ghost.

The Corruptible opens with the death of a dirty cop that no one trusted and Ray Quinn taking the job of finding a briefcase that Armon Mayer has hired him to find. The fact that Logan Ramsey (said dirty cop) was a former co-worker & cop only makes him
Kathleen McFall
This writer likes words, and he admires his characters, with all their foibles, uncertainties and flaws. Consequently, this book is refreshing and a pleasure.

The characters were well developed, warts and all, including confronting alcoholism, questioning religion, and missing old loves, while simultaneously catching the bad guys. I lived with them for awhile, got to know them - not just a cleverly worded caricature of them - and, thus, when I finished the book, I missed them just a little. That'
Henk-Jan van der Klis
Apr 21, 2012 rated it really liked it
The Corruptible, written by ‘copwriter’ Mark Mynheir, is a lovely detective-story about private investigator Ray Quinn, a former homicide detective. Ray Quinn is assisted by Crevis, who had a bad childhood and currently is studying for a written test for the police academy. Because he is dyslectic and had little education when he was a child, it is hard on him. He is grateful for the help of Pam Winters, the sister of the victim in Nightwatchman (The Corruptible is a sequel to The Night Watchman ...more
C.C. Thomas
Oct 26, 2011 rated it liked it
Shelves: mystery
Old-fashioned gumshoe detective stories are really things of the past. Modern stories are all CSI-ish with crime labs and fingerprints and all that technological stuff that makes solving a crime really hard for the average reader. Not so with this story. It is a throwback to the good, old days of Raymond Chandler and other masters of the art of sleuthing.

The story centers around Ray, who used to be a cop. An injury from a gunshot wound has him off the force and making other plans for a living an
“The Corruptible” is part of the Ray Quinn series by Mark Mynheir, and the hero, PI Raymond Quinn, nursing a bum leg, bears a striking resemblance to another PI—Colton Parker, whose four-book series is authored by Brandt Dodson.

Like Colton, Ray is not a believer but has believers close to him; in Colton’s case, it’s a FBI agent and in Ray’s case it’s Pamela, who is aiding Ray’s partner Crevis with some basic education; Crevis wants to eventually apply to the police academy but is apparently dysl
Ray Quinn is a former homicide detective who had to retire when he was injured. His injury necessitates that he use a cane when walking. He also uses the cane as a weapon when needed. He currently runs the Night Watchman Detective Agency.

Ray is hired by Armon Mayer to find an ex-cop named Logan Ramsey who has stolen some of Mayer's client's personal and investment information. Since Mayer's firm is based on conficentiality of information, he wants Quinn to find Ramsey and return the info without
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