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(Another) New Koontz Novel Springs from the Shadows

It was starting to look as though Dean Koontz was finally slowing down. What, with only the two "Frankenstein" novels and the suspenseful "Velocity" on bookshelves so far this year, it was practically cause for alarm.

But relax. The swift-penned scribe has managed to squeeze another likely best-seller (does he write anything else?) into the calendar year. Koontz's official Web site reveals that "Forever Odd," his sequel to the much-loved "Odd Thomas" novel, is due out Nov. 29.

And if you're still not convinced that Koontz has little to fear in terms of competition for sheer output, please note that "Life Expectancy" will see a paperback release on Oct. 25. Luckily for us, the quality of Mr. Koontz's fiction has managed to keep pace with his prolificacy.--Pete Mesling

Posted by Pete on October 18, 2005 7:34 PM
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