Dean Ray Koontz in an American author born July 9, 1945 best known for his novels which could be described broadly as suspense thrillers. He also frequently incorporates elements of horror, science fiction, mystery, and satire. Several of his books have appeared on the New York Times Bestseller List, with ten hardcovers and fourteen paperbacks reaching the number one slot. Early in his career, Koontz wrote under an array of pen names.
Complete List of Dean Koontz Books:
1965 – “This Fence”, short fiction
1965-1967 – The Reflector, poetry collection
1966 – “Some Disputed Barricade”, short fiction
1966 – “A Miracle is Anything”, short fiction
1966 – “Ibsen’s Dream”, essay
1966 – “Of Childhood”, essay
1967 – “To Behold the Sun”, short fiction
1967 – “Love 2005”, short fiction
1967 – “Soft Come the Dragons”, short fiction
1968 – “The Psychedelic Children”, short fiction
1968 – “The Twelfth Bed”, short fiction
1968 – “Dreambird”, short fiction
1968 – Star Quest
1969 – Fear That Man
1969 – The Fall of the Dream Machine
1969 – “Muse”, short fiction
1969 – “The Face in His Belly: Part One”, short fiction
1969 – “Dragon In the Land”, short fiction
1969 – “The Face in His Belly: Part Two”, short fiction
1969 – “Where the Beast Runs”, short fiction
1969 – “Killerbot”, short fiction
1969 – “Temple of Sorrow”, short fiction
1969 – “In the Shield”, short fiction
1970 – Hung (as Leonard Chris)
1970 – Hell’s Gate
1970 – Dark Symphony
1970 – Dark of the Woods
1970 – Beastchild
1970 – Anti-Man
1970 – The Underground Lifestyles Handbook (with Gerda Koontz), nonfiction
1970 – The Pig Society (with Gerda Koontz), nonfiction
1970 – Soft Come the Dragons, short story collection
1970 – “Unseen Warriors”, short fiction
1970 – “Shambolain”, short fiction
1970 – “The Crimson Witch”, short fiction
1970 – “Beastchild”, short fiction
1970 – “Emanations”, short fiction
1970 – “The Mystery of His Flesh”, short fiction
1970 – “The Good Ship Lookoutworld”, short fiction
1970 – “Nightmare Gang”, short fiction
1970 – “A Third Hand”, short fiction
1971 – Legacy of Terror (as Deanna Dwyer)
1971 – The Crimson Witch
1971 – “Bruno”, short fiction
1972 – Warlock!
1972 – Time Thieves
1972 – Starblood
1972 – Demon Child (as Deanna Dwyer)
1972 – A Darkness in My Soul
1972 – The Dark of Summer (as Deanna Dwyer)
1972 – Children of the Storm (as Deanna Dwyer)
1972 – The Flesh in the Furnace
1972 – Chase (as K. R. Dwyer)
1972 – Writing Popular Fiction, nonfiction
1972 – “A Mouse in the Walls of the Global Village”, short fiction
1972 – “Ollie’s Hands”, short fiction
1972 – “Altarboy”, short fiction
1972 – “Cosmic Sin”, short fiction
1972 – “The Terrible Weapon”
1973 – Shattered (as K. R. Dwyer)
1973 – Demon Seed
1973 – A Werewolf Among Us
1973 – The Haunted Earth
1973 – Hanging On
1973 – Dance with the Devil (as Deanna Dwyer)
1973 – Blood Risk (as Brian Coffey)
1973 – “The Undercity”, short fiction
1973 – “Terra Phobia”, short fiction
1973 – “Wake Up To Thunder”, short fiction
1973 – “The Sinless Child”, short fiction
1973 – “Grayworld”, short fiction
1974 – Surrounded (as Brian Coffey)
1974 – After the Last Race
1974 – “Night of the Storm”, short fiction
1974 – “We Three”, short fiction
1975 – Wall of Masks (as Brian Coffey)
1975 – Nightmare Journey
1975 – The Long Sleep (as John Hill)
1975 – Dragonfly (as K. R. Dwyer)
1975 – Invasion (as Aaron Wolfe), reissued as Winter Moon in 1994
1976 – Prison of Ice (as David Axton), reissued as Icebound in 1995
1976 – Night Chills
1977 – The Vision
1977 – The Face of Fear (as Brian Coffey)
1979 – The Key to Midnight (as Leigh Nichols)
1979 – CHiPs episode 306: Counterfeit (as Brian Coffey), screenplay
1980 – Whispers
1980 – The Voice of the Night (as Brian Coffey)
1980 – The Funhouse (as Owen West)
1981 – The Mask (as Owen West)
1981 – The Eyes of Darkness (as Leigh Nichols)
1981 – How To Write Best-Selling Fiction, nonfiction
1982 – The House of Thunder (as Leigh Nichols)
1983 – Phantoms
1984 – Darkfall
1985 – Twilight Eyes, reissued with extension in 1987
1985 – The Door to December (as Richard Paige)
1986 – Strangers
1986 – “The Black Pumpkin”, short fiction
1986 – “The Monitors of Providence”, short fiction
1986 – “Snatcher”, short fiction
1986 – “Weird World”, short fiction
1986 – “Down in the Darkness”, short fiction
1987 – Watchers
1987 – Shadow Fires (as Leigh Nichols)
1987 – “Graveyard Highway”, short fiction
1987 – “Twilight of the Dawn”, short fiction
1987 – “Miss Atilla the Hun”, short fiction
1987 – “Hardshell”, short fiction
1987 – “The Interrogation”, short fiction
1988 – The Servants of Twilight (as Leigh Nichols)
1988 – Lightning
1988 – Oddkins: A Fable for All Ages, a children’s book
1989 – Midnight
1989 – “Trapped”, short fiction
1990 – The Bad Place
1991 – Cold Fire
1992 – Hideaway
1993 – Mr. Murder
1993 – Dragon Tears
1994 – Winter Moon
1994 – Dark Rivers of the Heart
1994 – Strange Highways, short story collection
1995 – Icebound
1995 – Strange Highways
1996 – Intensity
1996 – Ticktock
1996 – Santa’s Twin, a children’s book
1997 – Demon Seed (revised)
1997 – Sole Survivor
1998 – Fear Nothing
1998 – Seize the Night
1998 – Phantoms, screenplay
1998 – “Pinkie”, short fiction
1999 – False Memory
1999 – “Black River”, short fiction
2000 – From the Corner of His Eye
2001 – One Door Away from Heaven
2001 – The Paper Doorway : Funny Verse and Nothing Worse, a children’s book
2001 – “Qual Con”, short fiction
2002 – By the Light of the Moon
2003 – The Face
2003 – Odd Thomas
2003 – Every Day’s a Holiday : Amusing Rhymes for Happy Times, a children’s book
2003 – The Book Of Counted Sorrows, poetry collection
2004 – The Taking
2004 – Life Expectancy
2004 – Robot Santa: The Further Adventures of Santa’s Twin, a children’s book
2004 – Life is Good! Lessons in Joyful Living (with Trixie Koontz), nonfiction
2005 – Prodigal Son (with Kevin J. Anderson), Book One in the Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein series
2005 – Velocity
2005 – City of Night (with Ed Gorman), Book Two in the Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein series
2005 – Forever Odd
2005 – Christmas Is Good!: Trixie Treats And Holiday Wisdom (with Trixie Koontz), nonfiction
2005 – Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein, screenplay
2006 – The Husband
2006 – Brother Odd
2007 – The Good Guy
2007 – The Darkest Evening of the Year
2008 – Odd Hours
2008 – In Odd We Trust
2008 -Bliss to You: Trixie’s Guide to a Happy Life with Trixie Koontz
2008 – Your Heart Belongs to Me
2009 – A Big Little Life: A Memoir of a Joyful Dog
2009 – Nevermore
2009 – I, Trixie, Who is Dog

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