The Door to December by Dean Koontz Paperback Book


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Author: Dean Koontz

Format: Mass Market Paperback

Publisher: New Amer Library

Published: Jun 2002

Genre: Fiction - Psychological

Retail Price: $8.99

Pages: 518


Melanie was kidnapped by her biological father at the age of three. Six years later she was found wandering the streets of Los Angeles, just blocks from the home where her father's bloody corpse lay. What happened during those years? Did Melanie witness her father's murder? And can she possibly know the reason for the massive carnage that is occurring in the city? Although she hasn't seen Melanie in years, her mother, and an L.A.P.D. detective, hope that they can coax the little girl into revealing what powerful force holds the city in its sway. The author released a revised version of this novel in 1994.

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BookLender review by Elaine on 2007-11-17 15:59:27

Scared the Begeesus out of me. Definitely a page turner- I LOVED it!!

BookLender review by Chris on 2007-05-06 01:12:32

Loved the book...could hardly put it down. Alas, the ending felt 'lightweight' for a Koontz. Heartwarming, sure, but lightweight nonetheless.