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The Key to Midnight
The Key to Midnight
Author: Dean Koontz
Joanna Rand left America almost ten years ago to become a singer in a Japanese nightclub. Still, she can never escape the strange dream that has haunted her night after night: a single, disturbing image of a man with steel fingers, reaching for a hypodermic syringe. When she awakens, she feels violated, used--and terrified. Alex Hunter desperate...  more »
ISBN: 123208
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 300
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Publisher: Berkley Books
Book Type: Hardcover
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Unpredictable and tense, Koontz' first "stab at an action-suspense romance novel with a background of international intrigue" is a page-turner. Even when you suspect you might be able to predict what's happening, Koontz ensures you'll never figure out the whole of it.

Cautionary note for sensitive readers: a rape scene is described; even without the detail found in other books, it is disturbing.

The afterword in the 1995 edition (released under Koontz, not the pseudonym Leigh Nichols) provides a short, humorous look at the author's thoughts of himself and is a delightful way to finish.