In Odd We Trust

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HarperCollins, 2008 - Fiction - 204 pages
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The first graphic novel from Dean Koontz, featuring the famously well-loved character of Odd Thomas.

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User Review  - trishaj - LibraryThing

This was my first trip into the world of graphic novels. Having already been in love with the Odd Thomas series for a few years, it was a good place to start. My favorite part of the whole book was ... Read full review

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User Review  - BooksOn23rd - LibraryThing

This prequel to the Odd Thomas series, in graphic novel form, gives us a murder case that happens when Stormy and Odd are still dating. Odd uses his powers to help track down the killer. I didn't ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Dean Koontz was born on July 9, 1945 in Everett, Pennsylvania. He received a degree in education from Shippensburg State College in 1967. A former high school English teacher as well as a teacher-counselor with the Appalachian Poverty Program, he began writing as a child to escape an ugly home life caused by his alcoholic father. A prolific writer at a young age, he had sold a dozen novels by the age of 25. Early in his career, he wrote under numerous pen names including David Axton, Brian Coffey, K. R. Dwyer, Leigh Nichols, Richard Paige, and Owen West. He is best known for the books written under his own name, many of which are bestsellers, including Midnight, Cold Fire, The Bad Place, Hideaway, The Husband, Odd Hours, 77 Shadow Street, Innocence, and The City. In 2015 he made The New York Times Best Seller List with his title Saint Odd and his short story Final Hour.

Dean Koontz is an international household name whose hugely entertaining parables for our times have been bestsellers in many countries, selling seventeen million copies each year. Born and raised in Pennsylvania, he lives with his wife Gerda in southern California.

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