Shattered (Dean Koontz novel)

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Shattered
Shattered cover Dean Koontz.jpg
First edition
Author Dean Koontz
Country United States
Language English
Publisher Random House
Publication date
1973
Media type Print (Hardback, Paperback)
Pages 183 pp
ISBN 0-394-48529-7
OCLC 650574
813/.5/4
LC Class PZ4.K8335 Sh PS3561.O55

Shattered is a 1973 novel by Dean Koontz; it was previously published for Random House under his pseudonym, K.R. Dwyer. The Berkeley edition was published in February 1985, the second printing was in June 1985, and the third printing was in November 1985.

For the 1985 printing, the author's name is given as "Dean R. Koontz."

Plot summary[edit]

Artist Alex Doyle and his new family, bride Courtney and her 11 year old brother Colin, are moving from Philadelphia to San Francisco. Courtney's flying out ahead to get the house set up. Alex and Colin are driving there in Alex's new Ford Thunderbird. The cross-country trip starts out as a bonding experience, but their car is being tailed by a van; a van driven by a psychopath intent on terrorizing them.

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