The Key to Midnight

A gripping thriller of heart-stopping suspense

Author: Dean Koontz

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: Fiction

Page: 341

View: 169

The past can be a very dangerous place when it is locked into a nightmare... The Key to Midnight is a page-turning thriller from Dean Koontz that delves into the darkest of dreams. Perfect for fans of Stephen King and Harlan Coben. 'Dean Koontz writes page-turners, middle-of-the-night-sneak-up-behind-you suspense thrillers. He touches our hearts and tingles our spines' - Washington Post Book World Who is Joanna Rand? Alex Hunter hasn't come to Japan to fall in love. But Joanna Rand is the most beautiful, exciting woman he has ever met. But Joanna is not who she thinks she is. Ten years before, and halfway across the world, a brutally bizarre experiment recreated her mind. A violation so hideous that her dreams are filled with terror and her memories are a lie. If they are ever to be free, Alex and Joanna have to reopen the dangerous door into the nightmare past. Somehow they have to find the key to midnight... What readers are saying about The Key to Midnight: 'This is a story of suspense, action and intrigue set to the backdrop of international espionage... Koontz delivers his usual blend of mystery and action that keeps those pages turning' 'This is an intriguing tale, a mystery and a romance but shot through with an underlying psychological horror and also a political undertone, too' 'As always, so, so readable, and so, so well written'

The Key to Midnight

Author: Dean Ray Koontz

Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group


Category: Fiction

Page: 486

View: 268

Millionaire investigator Alex Hunter meets exciting, desirable Joanna Rand while on a mission in Japan but finds that she is a Senator's daughter who disappeared ten years ago and now has a new identity

The Key to the Bulge

The Battle for Losheimergraben

Author: Stephen M. Rusiecki

Publisher: Stackpole Books


Category: History

Page: 240

View: 265

The most significant action in the early hours of the Battle of the Bulge Against-all-odds stand of an untested American infantry unit At the start of the Battle of the Bulge, the green U.S. 394th Infantry Regiment of the 99th Division occupied a critical road junction. For thirty-six hours, the 394th defended the crossroads against repeated assaults by German forces, inflicting a delay from which the Germans would never recover.

Key To Nowhere

Author: Robert Bailey

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Fiction

Page: 234

View: 697

Jay Sand moves to a small city in Nebraska looking forward to his new job in the district attorney's office. He soon becomes the target of assassins and Sergeant Cindy Jackson is assigned to work out of his office and watch his back. They stumble onto a multiple homicide in progress and are caught up in the search for the killers. The pursuit takes them from a gun battle on the streets of Omaha to a jail break in Harrisburg as they stay one step ahead of organized crime and an intelligence spook gone bad. This is a story of contemporary fiction about two professional crime fighters, their families, their peers and their opponents. It is also about their failures and their successes.

The Key to A Fortune Movie Script

Author: Anthony Quinn




Page: 311

View: 713

The Key To A Fortune Movie Script in a book and why not?This is a great education tool for up and coming actors.There are lots of twists and turns as the story unfolds.There's blackmail,shootings,humour and excitement.The script also contains adult content and also the book The Key To A Fortune First Edition.

The Key to Starveldt

Author: Foz Meadows

Publisher: Ford Street Publishing


Category: Juvenile Fiction


View: 496

The castle of Starveldt is waiting. Having escaped once from Sanguisidera, Solace and her friends are in desperate need of guidance. Seeking to unravel a cryptic prophecy, they travel to the Rookery, an otherworldly place governed by the enigmatic Liluye. Magical and wild, the Rookery tests them all in preparation for the crossing to Starveldt. But the group is starting to fracture. The threat of Lord Grief continues to grow; old betrayals, lies and secrets boil to the surface -- with startling consequences. As danger closes in, can they make their peace before everything falls apart? Or will the Bloodkin triumph?

The Key to Rebecca

Author: Ken Follett

Publisher: Signet Book


Category: World War, 1939-1945

Page: 341

View: 563

Ken Follett's The Key to Rebecca took readers and critics by storm when first published more than fifteen years ago. Today, it remains one of the best espionage novels ever written. A brilliant and ruthless Nazi master agent is on the loose in Cairo. His mission is to send Rommel's advancing army the secrets that will unlock the city's doors. In all of Cairo, only two people can stop him. One is a down-on-his-luck English officer no one will listen to. The other is a vulnerable young Jewish girl....

The Key to Nicholas Street

A Mystery Novel

Author: Stanley Ellin

Publisher: Overamstel Uitgevers


Category: Fiction


View: 387

A grisly murder reveals the hateful secrets that lie beneath a small town’s surface The locals call her the Ballou. An illustrator for a high-fashion magazine, she has been the talk of the upstate town of Sutton ever since she first appeared, paying cash for one of the finest houses on Nicholas Street. Daring, gaudy, and grand, she inspires envy in the women and lust in the men. And in one member of this quiet town, she is about to inspire murder. The trouble starts when her rakish New York lover moves in full time, scandalizing the prudish Ayers family next door. When the Ayers’ maid pays a social call to the Ballou, she finds her lying dead at the foot of a staircase—gray, cold, and fabulous no more. Suspicion falls on the Ayerses, whose starched exterior hides a wealth of ugly secrets. From this interlocking narrative told from the perspectives of the citizens of Sutton comes a reminder that no town is too small for murder.

Ten to Midnight

Author: Toby Emden



Category: Fiction

Page: 504

View: 783

In the near future, Russia has been brought to its knees by a bloody war in Ukraine. With the Russian people facing famine, Chinese troops massing on the Russian border and the global economy on the verge of collapse, a rogue General seizes power with a plan to end the conflict by breaking the last taboo of war. However, a series of fatal errors and miscalculations lead to a regional nuclear conflict and the destruction of several Russian cities. Amidst the ensuing chaos and confusion, the United States suddenly finds itself under nuclear attack. As missiles rain down on the United States, retired CIA analyst Dr. Lewis Stein is brought out of retirement to advise an inexperienced President on how to prevent a limited nuclear conflict from escalating into global apocalypse. But with communications in chaos and panic sweeping the globe, the odds are stacked in favor of Armageddon.


Are You Enslaved?

Author: Chrystal Hollins

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Fiction

Page: 146

View: 670

Lyla Johnson, also known as Lyla Star is an inspiring speaker, teacher, and leader. She is a woman of strong faith, confidence, and strength but lacks one thing: companionship. Being eager and in search of finding her perfect match, she falls into a world of betrayal, distrust, abuse, and feels there is no way out for her until she meets David, a devoted deacon. As she recovers slowly, she is still positioned in a place that both molds and shapes her; a place of forgiveness, reconciliation, and compassion. Will Lyla survive?