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Saturday, March 30, 2013

Dean Koontz

Dean Koontz!

Here are some of Dean Koontz best sellers, I will write the blurb from the book. Feel free to leave a comment.

'A killer finale... a read-in-one-go novel' - Independent on Sunday

On the windscreen of his SUV, Billy finds the first note.
He thinks it's a hoax.
The school teacher dies.

The next note reverses the scenario. If Billy takes the note to the police, a mother of two young children will die. If he doesn't an unmarried man who won't be much missed will die...

Billy must think the unthinkable, fast, in an accelerating nightmare. More communications from the killer follow, with ever tighter deadlines. Each is more personal, more confrontational than the last until he is isolated, with no one to rely on but himself. Finally he must risk everything to save the intended victims...

'The master of our darkest dreams' - The Times

On the morning that will mark the end of the world they have known...
Molly and Neil Sloan wake to find an eerily luminous downpour drenching their small Californian mountain town. As then rain continues to fall, TV pictures relay disturbing news of extreme weather phenomena across the globe.

With the evening comes ghostly fog. Their sense of isolation is complete when first TV and radio, then the internet and phone lines go dead. Molly and Neil gather with neighbors, sensing an awful danger approaching with the night... It's like a scary movie made real.
But what is really happening? Is it science gone wrong or a technology beyond human understanding?

Or something deeper, more fundamental. Something to do with fate and purpose.
Something that won't have a Hollywood ending.

'As fast-paced and thrilling as ever' - Daily Mirror

Mitch Rafferty has just sixty hours to save his wife.
Mitch was busy planting flower beds when his phone rang. Now he's standing in a suburban garden on a bright summer day having a phone conversation out of his darkest nightmare.

'We have your wife, you can get her back for two million cash'

The caller doesn't care that Mitch has no way of raising such a vast sum. He's confident that Mitch will find a way.If he loves his wife enough.

Mitch does. He has sixty hours to prove it. He'll pay anything. He'll pay a lot more than two million dollars.

'The master of our darkest dreams' - The Times

The Face. As Hollywood's most dazzling star he has the love of millions- but the hatred of one deeply twisted soul. Just before Christmas, the star has received six messages promising a very nasty surprise. 

The Face's security chief is Ethan Truman, an ex-cop with a troubled past. He's found the messenger but not the source of the threat, and he's worried. But not half  as worried as he would be if he knew that Fric, the Face's ten-year-old son, was home alone and getting calls from 'Moloch, devourer of children'.
The terrified boy is planning to go into hiding in his father's vast mansion- putting himself beyond Ethan's protection.
And Ethan may be all that stands between Fric and an almost unimaginable evil...

'A terrific pursuit story... clever, up-to-the-minute and riveting' - Guardian 

What does it take to be The Good Guy?

Tim Carrier likes to enjoy a beer after work- but when a jittery stranger sits down next to him one night, and Tim lets a misconception over his identity stand for a moment too long, his wayward sense of humor looks set to lead him into trouble.

As the stranger hands Tim a cash-filled envelope with the words 'You get the rest when she's gone', it becomes clear that he has been mistaken for someone very different from himself- for a cold-blooded killer. And when the killer walks into the bar a split second later, Tim realizes the encounter may not only cost him his peace of mind, it could cost him his life...

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