City of Night by Dean Koontz (co-authored by Ed Gorman) is a thrilling horror novel first published in 2005. Following its prequel, Prodigal Son, it is the second book in Koontz’s Frankenstein Series. In this book, detective Carson and Michael were hunting a killer engineered by Dr. Victor “Frankenstein” Helios. It was an indestructible entity with a single purpose: replace the existence of humankind. The two detectives’ only hope lied on a one-time-a-monster, Deucalion.
First published in 2005, Prodigal Son by Dean Koontz (co-written by Kevin J. Anderson) is a thriller/horror novel. The book delivered a brilliant opening for the mystery series widely known as Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein. While pursuing a cold-blooded serial killer “The Surgeon,” Detective Carson and Michael came across Deucalion “The Monster,” who had been waiting for the return of his master and maker, Dr. Victor Frankenstein.
First published in 1999, False Memory by Dean Koontz is a gripping horror novel. The book delivered a thrilling story about inception of false memory and manipulation of phobia. It shows how frightening what one can do when that person has control over others’ mind.
Life Expectancy by Dean Koontz is a suspenseful thriller novel originally released in 2004. The chilling book follows the endangered life of Jimmy Tock. On the day Jimmy was born, his grandfather, Josef Tock, died. However, before his death, Josef left a disturbing prophecy about his grandson’s life. Josef said Jimmy would have 5 dark days that would happen between Jimmy’s twentieth to thirtieth years. When those years finally came, Jimmy’s life literally turned into a ticking bomb.
The Taking by Dean Koontz is a heart-pounding thriller novel first published in 2004. This suspenseful horror book portrays what could happen in mankind’s darkest hour. A town was isolated from the rest of world and the people were hunted by something unknown. Young couple Molly and Neil Sloan sounded a desperate battle for survival and mustered their neighbors when their neighborhood turned into foggy death traps.
Originally published in 1983, Phantoms by Dean Koontz is a shocking and merciless thriller novel. The book begins with a literally dead town. Hundreds were dead and even more were missing. The more terrifying fact was that the tragedy in that town was just the beginning. When truth was revealed, it turned out to be far, far more fearsome.
Velocity by Dean Koontz is a suspenseful horror novel originally released in 2005. In a fast-paced thriller, the book portrays a man who is forced to face a vital deadline that might decide the fate of not only his life but of others’. In Napa County, Billy Wiles suddenly received strange attack and murder threats of unknown source. Some of the threats were on him and some were on others, whose fates then depended on him. Thus he took matters on his own hands and tracked down the unknown villain responsible for the terror.
From the Corner of His Eye by Dean Koontz is a gripping horror/thriller novel first released in 2000. The book portrays a perspective of good and evil and how such view affects people’s lives. The extraordinary chilling story centers on some distinctive characters. There is Barty Lampion the child prodigy, Junior Cain the brutal murderer, and Angel, a girl born by the result of a rape.