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Dark Rivers of the Heart by Dean Koontz Dark Rivers of the Heart

August 1, 2000

Spencer Grant is on the run from a nameless, violent government agency. His goal is to keep away from his pursuers long enough to find the woman he met the night before, who appears to be their real target. Spencer has no idea why they want to kill Valerie Keene, but his brief acquaintance with her has convinced him that the killers have no good reason for wanting her dead. With his game but fearful dog, Rocky, Spencer leads the killers on a frustrating chase. By the end of the story, Spencer must confront his own personal demons as well as the bizarre sociopath agent leading the hunt.
Icebound by Dean Koontz Icebound

September 5, 2000

This extensively revised edition of the early Koontz novel Poison Ice depicts an imperiled team of scientists involved in an Arctic experiment.

"Viscerally exciting...An extended, tense tour de force...An expertly crafted, ornate suspenser...Koontz fans will love it."
-- Publishers Weekly

Ticktock by Dean Koontz Ticktock

October 3, 2000


Audio CD

Sassy, bold, unusual, deranged - the exchange of dialogues is hilariously sarcastic - which will leave you with a delightful grin till the last page!

Darkfall by Dean Koontz Darkfall

March 15, 1987

Everything you want from a suspense thriller and more... A terrifying storyline, superb characterization and a great finale.

The Servants of Twilight by Dean Koontz The Servants of Twilight

May 1, 1990

Previously issued as a paperback original under the pseudonym Leigh Nichols, this is one of Koontz's better thrillers. Single parent Christine Scavello and her young son Joey find themselves confronted by a madwoman, Grace Spivey, who fancies she discerns the Antichrist in Joey's cherubic visage. Spivey is the charismatic leader of a religious cult whose fanatic members do her every bidding, including murdering the little boy, and everyone who stands in their way. After the police fail to provide adequate protection, Christine turns to private detective Charlie Harrison, whose business and home are soon firebombed by the cultists, and two of his men murdered, even as he finds that he is falling in love with Christine. The narrative moves along briskly until the last third, at which point a frantic chase sequence goes on too long. Nevertheless, this is a better than average adventure with supernatural overtones.
Demon Seed by Dean Koontz Demon Seed

July 1, 1997

This is the rewritten 1997 version of Koontz's 1973 "Demon Seed", incorporating such modern developments as the internet and 'advances' in genetic engineering into the basic concept of a sentient computer obsessed with/in love with a woman, who takes control of her state-of-the-art home and keeps her prisoner.
Midnight by Dean Koontz Midnight

February 3, 2004


Audio CD

The citizens of Moonlight Cove, California, are changing. Some are losing touch with their deepest emotions. Others are surrendering to their wildest urges. And the few who remain unchanged are absolutely terrified--if not brutally murdered in the dead of night...
Eyes of Darkness by Dean Koontz Eyes of Darkness

July 1, 1996

This is the incredibly riveting, tightly written, and uniquely entertaining story of a lost child named Danny and the dedicated mother, Tina Evans, who will do anything to get him back. A year has passed and still no sign of little Danny... but then a friend swears she spotted him in a stranger's car! Next, a mysterious note appears: NOT DEAD.
Winter Moon by Dean Koontz Winter Moon

January 30, 2001

A brush with death prompts L.A. policeman Jack McGarvey to move wife Heather and son Toby up to Quartermass Ranch, a Montana estate bequeathed to them by Eduardo Fernandez, the father of Jack's former partner. The McGarveys settle in, dismissing strange noises and smells, as well as weird trances that seem to grip Toby from time to time, as the embodiment of common fears of urbanites confronted by open spaces. It seems Eduardo had had uninvited visitors: the Givers, creatures from another dimension who came for an incomprehensible, apparently evil purpose. Scared out of his wits, Ed succumbed to a heart attack, but not before scrawling his discovery on a legal pad and stashing it in the freezer. These Givers are actually takers, assuming control of bodies and corpses to use them as vehicles in which to create mayhem. And now they want control of Toby.
The Mask by Dean Koontz The Mask

Reissue edition: August 15, 1990

A beautiful young girl appears out of nowhere. A teenager with no past, no family--no memories. Carol and Paul were drawn to her. She was the child they'd never had. Most mothers would die for such a darling little angel. And that's what frightened Carol most of all...
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