Winter Moon
by Dean Koontz

A horror story told by God about a cop who gets shot and after months of recuperating moves with his wife and son from crime-ridden LA to property in Montana that he just inherited from the father of his late patrol partner. The book has sharp criticisms of the moral depravity in LA. Unfortunately, the property in Montana includes supernatural creatures that are even more depraved than the worst people in LA. It is Koontz’s best novel so far. It has horror, morality, laugh-out-loud humor, and good characters. The title is hardly relevant.

Year Read: 2004


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