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Thomas & Mercer
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5.9 X 8.6 X 1.4 inches | 1.25 pounds

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About the Author

International bestselling author Dean Koontz was only a senior in college when he won an Atlantic Monthly fiction competition. He has never stopped writing since. Koontz is the author of After Death, The House at the End of the World, The Big Dark Sky, Quicksilver, The Other Emily, Elsewhere, Devoted, and seventy-nine New York Times bestsellers, fourteen of which were #1, including One Door Away from Heaven, From the Corner of His Eye, Midnight, Cold Fire, The Bad Place, Hideaway, Dragon Tears, Intensity, Sole Survivor, The Husband, Odd Hours, Relentless, What the Night Knows, and 77 Shadow Street. He's been hailed by Rolling Stone as "America's most popular suspense novelist," and his books have been published in thirty-eight languages and have sold over five hundred million copies worldwide. Born and raised in Pennsylvania, he now lives in Southern California with his wife, Gerda, their golden retriever, Elsa, and the enduring spirits of their goldens Trixie and Anna. For more information, visit his website at www.deankoontz.com.


A New York Post "Best New Books" Selection

"[A] spectacular, action-packed, character-driven adventure...Koontz remains white hot with another certain bestseller." --Booklist (starred review)

"Colorful, imaginative...a lively, offbeat novel." --Kirkus Reviews

"A terrifying new tale...A fast-paced, hold-your-breath thriller with a heart." --AARP

"Vivid..." --Associated Press

"Dean Koontz is the master of this kind of story. His imagination has no limits and with each book he seems to top himself. It makes you wonder what traveling to other worlds might truly be like." --Red Carpet Crash

"Some authors have used the sci-fi genre to create other worlds and critique the current world politics or realities. Koontz's interests lay elsewhere. He's more concerned with the human condition that remains the same across time and space and that cannot be remedied by ideology." --The Big Thrill

"This is a genre-busting work that happily will appeal to readers who enjoy thrillers, horror, sci-fi or just a flat-out well-told story with a breakneck pace that never lets up." --Bookreporter