The Silent Corner - Dean Koontz

[PDF] The Silent Corner

By Dean Koontz

  • Release Date: 2017-07-01
  • Genre: Crime & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 151 Ratings

The Silent Corner By Dean Koontz Description

[PDF] The Silent Corner By Dean Koontz. From #1 New York Times bestselling author of dark psychological suspense and modern classics of mystery and adventure comes a thriller that ventures into science, secrecy and danger.
"I very much need to be dead."

Chilling last words left by a man who had everything to live for but took his own life. People of talent and accomplishment, people seemingly happy and sound of mind, are committing suicide in surprising numbers. A disturbing pattern is beginning to emerge.

FBI agent Jane Hawk, recently widowed, is determined to find out why. Which means going rogue and into ‘the silent corner' – living entirely off the grid even as she hunts her foes. The enemies pursuing her are seemingly endless and unstoppable. But Jane is as clever as they are cold-blooded, as relentless as they are ruthless. And this one woman will uncover a secret so terrifying that it challenges the limits of science itself.

'The prose, as always in a Koontz novel, is first-rate. Perhaps Koontz's leanest, meanest thriller, this initial entry in a new series introduces a smart, appealing heroine who can outthink as well as outshoot the baddest of bad dudes' Kirkus, starred review

'Readers will clamor for more tales involving Hawk and her quest for justice. Koontz rocks it again' Washington Post


  • The Silent Corner, where does this book end?

    By RachelMac77
    Terrible in the fact that the ending of this book jumps into a chapter preview of another book, then back to this, and back out again so I have no idea how it ends! Majorly peeved!
  • The Silent Corner

    By davidrhys
    Excellent read. Great prose. Amazing detail. Have d to put down.
  • Eleanor

    By ETishome2day
    What a great story, kept me enthralled to the end. I read it in 1 sitting.
  • Love it...

    By CryztalRain
    Another great book from Dean Koontz... looking forwards to further books in this series...