A number one New York Times best-selling author many times over, Dean Koontz is legendary for his riveting suspense novels that keep the reading public looking over their shoulders and clamoring for more. Originally published under a pseudonym in 1985, The Door to December has now been revisited by the author, who provides a new afterword. Melanie went missing when she was three. Then she's found six years later, wandering a Los Angeles backstreet with a vacant stare-and carrying an unimaginable secret.
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by Frederick Forsyth
by David Ignatius
by Dean Koontz
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by Randy Wayne White
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by Mary Higgins Clark
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by Vince Flynn
"Golden Voice George Guidall has carved another notch in his belt with Dean Koontz's latest thriller. Guidall's rich voice moves the story over the rough spots, especially where Koontz rambles a bit. Guidall's demeanor is at once grandfatherly and wise, with a tinge of sadness that lends humanity to the work. The story is creepy, even by Koontz standards. A 3-year-old girl is kidnapped by her scientist father, who conducts sensory deprivation experiments on her that are designed to release hidden psychokinetic powers. He succeeds beyond all expectations, and the child becomes the center of a maelstrom of terror. It's a good work made great by Guidall. As always. M.S. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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