By Dean Koontz
#1 NEW YORK instances BESTSELLER • NAMED the best BOOKS OF THE yr by means of BOOKPAGE • The must-read mystery of the yr, for readers of darkish mental suspense and smooth classics of puzzle and adventure. Don’t leave out a different preview of Dean Koontz’s upcoming novel, The Silent Corner, behind the book.
The lady who stated no to death.
Bibi Blair is a fierce, humorous, dauntless younger woman—whose health care professional says she has 12 months to live.
She replies, “We’ll see.”
Her surprising restoration astonishes scientific science.
An enigmatic lady convinces Bibi that she escaped loss of life in order that she will be able to keep another individual. an individual named Ashley Bell.
yet shop her from what, from whom? And who's Ashley Bell? the place is she?
Bibi’s obsession with discovering Ashley sends her at the run from threats either mystical and worldly, together with a wealthy and charismatic cult chief with terrifying ambitions.
here's an eloquent, riveting, brilliantly paced tale with a thrilling heroine and a twisting, inventive plot choked with surprising surprises. Ashley Bell is a brand new milestone in literary suspense from the long-acclaimed master.
Praise for Ashley Bell
“A mind-bender full of fulfilling surprises.”—People (book of the week)
“[With] lyrical writing and compelling characters . . . Koontz stands on my own, and this novel is a main instance of literary suspense. . . . one among his best.”—Associated Press
“Grabs you on web page one and retains you enthralled with ever widening loops of intrigue, spine-tingling plot twists, soaking up characters and emotional involvement . . . extraordinary.”—Bookreporter
“Heart-pounding and brain boggling . . . a rarity of a thriller—one that asks massive questions about existence and future whereas succeeding in developing [an] eerie experience of reality.”—Shelf Awareness
“Strap in and carry on. . . . while a author has controlled to trap this sort of lightning in a bottle, each reader should still adventure the whole jolt.”—BookPage