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    A strong new heroine

    Wow! Dean Koontz has done it again. The Silent Corner has nothing supernatural and it is all the more scary because of that fact. With his colorful language and mastery of the English language Dean describes a “brave new world “that could be just around the corner. Jane Hawk is a FBI agent on leave and widow, having just lost her husband to an apparent suicide, but Jane refuses to believe it was a suicide. In searching for an answer, she discovers a disturbing rise in suicides in talented and accomplished people who show no signs of depression or suicidal tendencies. When her young son is threatened she realizes she is onto something. She hides him away with friends, sells her house and belongings and goes on the run to search for the truth. What she discovers is terrifying. It involves cybercriminals, an evil scientist, a billionaire, programmed women (like depraved Stepford Wives), and bad guys in high places who have underestimated a woman driven by a rage born of love. Dean Koontz says he fell in love with his new heroine and plans several more books featuring her. He will have finished the third one before this one is published and the TV rights have already been acquired by Paramount TV.
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    You did not write this for your fans sir. I know I have all of your books. This was full of bad cliches right down to the political correctness of each charcater and the eleventh hour nod to our Veternans. As Americans have we not have terrorist, FBI, Quantico, and a multitude of other things shoved down our throats. Happy for decades until now Dean.

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