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Velocity by Dean Koontz
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May 24, 11

bookshelves: read-in-2011
Read in January, 2011

I am a Dean Koontz fan. His books are often dark and disturbing, but I love the psychological fiction stuff. With his books, the storyline is believable, in that the story could actually happen which I think is why they are often so disturbing.

Billy Wiles, a local bartender, finishes his shift only to find a note on the windshield of his car that gives him an ultimatum: involve the police and a lovely, young, blonde schoolteacher dies, or do nothing and an elderly woman active in charity work dies; he has six hours to decide. And so it goes on.

I was totally caught up in the storyline, as I often am in Koontz novels. This book did not disappoint me! It was a fast read and very suspenseful.

The narrator, Michael Hayden, was very good. He was a pleasure to listen to!

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