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Publisher Description

A search for a missing son... and a toxic mystery that threatens the globe.

'Did a 1981 Dean Koontz thriller predict the coronavirus outbreak?' Daily Mail
'Dean Koontz is not just a master of our darkest dreams, but also a literary juggler' The Times

From bestselling phenomenon Dean Koontz, The Eyes of Darkness is a gripping thriller following a mother's search for her son - a journey that unlocks the deadliest of secrets.

It's a year since Tina Evans lost her little boy Danny in a tragic accident.
Then a shattering message appears on the blackboard in Danny's old room: NOT DEAD.
Is it someone's idea of a grim joke? Or something far more sinister?

The search for an answer drives Tina through the neon clamour of Las Vegas nightlife.
The sun-scorched desert. The frozen mountains of the High Sierra.

People face a dreadful danger as a buried truth struggles to surface.
A truth so frightening that its secret must be kept at the price of any life - any man, any woman...any child.

Why readers are obsessed with The Eyes of Darkness:

'Couldn't put it down...it's been a while since a book has kept me up all night.' ***** Goodreads review

'So prophetic I really can't believe it.' ***** Goodreads review

'It is simply unbelievable.' ***** Goodreads review

This book was originally published under the pseudonym Leigh Nichols.

Crime & Thrillers
22 November

Customer Reviews

Sean Ashcroft 1974 ,

I like a title that explains only a small but important part of a book.

Loved it..!! Probably more true to life than the daily papers. Ha ha ha
Only down point I can say is than he was a little Stephen King in his descriptions but other than that it was a really good book.

RichardNH ,

A good yarn…

An enjoyable read. The link to the “Wuhan Virus” drew me to venture into the story. I was a little disappointed that it only briefly featured in the plot, albeit at a pivotal point. Anyway, it was a pleasant enough way to pass a few hours in lockdown!

JI 2006 ,


What absolute rubbish!

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