|Key to Midnight, the (1979) [Novel]|
by Dean R. Koontz Leigh Nichols
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Joanna Rand left America almost ten years ago to become a singer in a Japanese nightclub. Still, she could never escape the strange dream that haunted her night after night: a single, disturbing image of a man with steel fingers, reaching for a hypodermic syringe. When she awake, she felt violated, used -- and terrified. Alex Hunter desperately wanted to help this beautiful, fascinating woman. He knew he had seen Joanna before -- in news photographs of a senator's daughter who'd disappeared ten years ago. Slowly, tenderly, he helped awaken her to a terrifying fact: that she was not who she thought she was... that her mind, her memories, had been created for her...
Original title: The Key to Midnight
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ General
- This novel was revised and released under Koontz's own name in 1989.