False Memory by Dean Koontz

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BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Dean Koontz's The City.

No fan of Dean Koontz or of psychological suspense will want to miss this extraordinary novel of the human mind’s capacity to torment—and destroy—itself.
It’s a fear more paralyzing than falling. More terrifying than absolute darkness. More horrifying than anything you can imagine. It’s the one fear you cannot escape no matter where you run . . . no matter where you hide.
It’s the fear of yourself. It’s real. It can happen to you. And facing it can be deadly.
False Memory . . . Fear for your mind.

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Dean Koontz was born in Everett, Pennsylvania, and grew up in nearby Bedford. He won an Atlantic Monthly fiction competition when he was twenty and has been writing ever since. Mr. Koontz's books are published in 38 languages. Worldwide sales total more than 175 million copies, a figure that currently increases at a rate of more than 350 million copies a year. Dean and his wife, Gerda, live in southern California.
Published July 20, 2007 by Bantam. 786 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books, Action & Adventure, Biographies & Memoirs. Fiction

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she fears Keanu Reeves)—has something to do with the ladies’ psychiatrist, Dr. Mark Ahriman, the son of a famous dead movie director whose eyes the doctor keeps in a bottle of formaldehyde and studies, in hopes of siphoning off Dad’s inspiration.

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But since the novel is cast as a mystery for a few hundred pages, let's just say the outcome involves drugs, bogus therapy, hypnotism, ''trigger'' words, and a suave villain so completely malign he makes previous Koontz psychos seem barely neurotic.

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