Cold Fire

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Penguin, Dec 7, 2004 - Fiction - 448 pages
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In Portland, he saved a young boy from a drunk driver. In Boston, he rescued a child from an underground explosion. In Houston, he disarmed a man who was trying to shoot his own wife. Reporter Holly Thorne was intrigued by this strange quiet savior named Jim Ironheart. She was even falling in love with him. But what power compelled an ordinary man to save twelve lives in three months? What visions haunted his dreams? And why did he whisper in his sleep: There is an Enemy. It is coming. It’ll kill us all…?

Includes an afterword by the author
 

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User Review  - Jameson - Borders

Pros: Excellent book from the get go. Cons: Nothing. My first Koontz book I got for xmas. My wife knows I love to read. So I delved into this book not knowing how Koontz was as an author. Well, let ... Read full review

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Teacher Jim Ironheart, aptly named, is sent by forces unknown to save chosen people in life-threatening situations. By chance, a young but jaded reporter stumbles onto his missions, and joins him to ... Read full review

Contents

Part One THE HERO THE FRIEND
THROUGH AUGUST 22
THROUGH AUGUST 26
Part Two THE WINDMILL
Part Three THE ENEMY
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About the author (2004)

Dean Koontz was born in Everett, Pennsylvania, and grew up in nearby Bedford. He won an Atlantic Monthly fiction competition when he was twenty and has been writing ever since. Mr. Koontz's books are published in 38 languages. Worldwide sales total more than 175 million copies, a figure that currently increases at a rate of more than 350 million copies a year. Dean and his wife, Gerda, live in southern California.

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