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Because he has a happy marriage, two adorable small daughters, and a successful career, mystery writer Marty Stillwater counts himself a lucky man. But all this is shattered when a stranger breaks into his house one rainy afternoon to announce: "You stole my wife, my life, and my children. I want them back." Claiming to be the real Martin Stillwater, the madman wages a relentless and terrifying campaign to eliminate Marty and recapture the family and life he believes to be his. When even bullets fail to stop this...
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Overview

Because he has a happy marriage, two adorable small daughters, and a successful career, mystery writer Marty Stillwater counts himself a lucky man. But all this is shattered when a stranger breaks into his house one rainy afternoon to announce: "You stole my wife, my life, and my children. I want them back." Claiming to be the real Martin Stillwater, the madman wages a relentless and terrifying campaign to eliminate Marty and recapture the family and life he believes to be his. When even bullets fail to stop this savage intruder, the police are hard-pressed to believe the Stillwaters' harrowing account. Unable to rely on the protection of the authorities, the family goes on the run. But no matter where they hide, their enemy finds them. In Mr. Murder, Dean Koontz creates the most endearing family to appear in a novel in a long time, makes us love themand makes us tear for them as they cross the path of a psychotic killer unlike any who has previously haunted the pages of fiction. Exploring contemporary society's tendency to draw an ever-thinner line between fiction and reality, Mr. Murder is blisteringly paced, terrifying, thought-provoking, and utterly fresh.

Mystery writer Marty Stillwater's idyllic Southern California lifestyle is shattered when a stranger breaks into his house claiming to be the real Martin Stillwater--and waging a terrifying campaign to eliminate Marty. Unable to trust the police, the Stillwater family goes on the run, but there is no safe haven.

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Editorial Reviews

George Stade
"Mr. Murder" is no post-modernist comment on itself, no exercise in camp. Mr. Koontz plays it straight: there are no sly winks to the reader, no signals that although someone wrote the novel and someone is reading it, they are both above this sort of thing. . . . Mr. Koontz plays on this good story. -- New York Times
Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
The formula Koontz The Bad Place uses here is a familiar one: an overpowering evil stalks an innocent family that remains unaware of the menace until isolated from all help and forced to run for their lives. But enhanced by Koontz's lean prose and rich characterization, this fearsome tale summons up new frissons of horror. Marty Stillwater's second horror novel is bestseller-bound; he's the subject of a People magazine feature article; and his wife, Paige, and their two young daughters complete the perfect family. Then he begins having blackouts and paralyzing panic attacks that lead him to hide guns around the house. The weapons prove handy when an armed stranger--Marty's Doppelganger --breaks into the house to kill him and reclaim the life, family and destiny that he swears Marty stole. A fierce battle leaves the stranger dead but when Paige and the police arrive, the body is gone. Unable to trust the cops, the family runs for the hills to try to evade the seemingly indestructible ``Other.'' Meanwhile, sinister agents are desperately tracking The Other for their own less-than-ethical ends. Playing on every emotion and keeping the story racing along, Koontz masterfully escalates the tension. He closes the narrative with the most ingenious twist ending of his career. Literary Guild & Doubleday Book Club main selection; Mystery Guild alternate selection. Oct.
Library Journal
For reasons Marty Stillwater can't fathom, a man with superhuman recuperative powers-who has been trained and conditioned as a killing machine and who is Marty's exact double-is psychically drawn to his house one afternoon, claiming that Marty has ``stolen his life.'' This doppelgnger proceeds to terrorize Marty and his family with relentless violence. After many narrow escapes, Marty and his nemesis meet for a final showdown in an abandoned church. Like many of Koontz's works e.g., Dragon Tears, Audio Reviews, LJ 3/1/93, Mr. Murder is hard to classify, containing elements of the mystery, suspense, horror, and sf genres. Veteran reader Jay O. Sanders skillfully heightens the work's rising suspense without succumbing to overdramatization. This is a very good choice for fiction collections, although the light cardboard packaging won't withstand library use.-Kristen L. Smith, Loras Coll. Lib., Dubuque, Ia.
Joe Collins
At some point, every successful novelist seems to come up with a book in which the main character is a writer. Here, Koontz introduces mystery novelist Martin Stillwater and his wife and two young daughters. "Mr. Murder" is the name bestowed on Martin by "People" magazine; his wife, Paige, is a wonderful woman, and their little girls are, of course, adorable. Unfortunately, into this idyllic world comes a superhuman hit man who coincidentally happens to look just like Martin and who's decided he wants the family for his very own and will kill Martin to get them. After 100 pages of exposition, the robotlike killer confronts the family, and they desperately try to escape, with no help from skeptical police who think Martin has invented the look-alike for publicity for his novels. Actually, the story is farfetched, but Koontz is a master at creating a situation the average person can relate to and then giving it a macabre twist and piling on nonstop action. Koontz also flexes his iambic muscles with huge chunks of poetry that Stillwater has composed for his children, and the juxtaposition of cuddly family scenes with brutal violence is quite jarring. Despite his considerable and admirable research and often charming sense of humor, the author's constant barrage of pop-culture references smacks of pandering, as if saying, "See? I've seen these movies and used these products, too. I'm a regular guy just like you, dear reader." Koontz fans are a loyal lot this is his twenty-second book, and most of them have scaled the best-seller list, so the readership is there, but the tired "evil twin" device used here brings this effort in short of more inspired Koontz' books such as "Watchers" date? and "Cold Fire" date?.
Kirkus Reviews
Koontz's earliest thrillers (Night Chills, etc.) were stripped-down vehicles designed for speed and suspense, nothing more. In its terrific visceral energy, this latest, with the author's simplest plot in years—one long chase involving a Frankenstein-like monster, his guardians, and his victims—harkens back to those early affairs; but Koontz is a literary phenomenon now and feels free to load his writing with all sorts of sermons about modern-day woes. The title itself is polemical: "Mr. Murder" is the hated sobriquet that People magazine gives to Marty Stillwater, a rising mystery writer who might as well be called Dean Koontz for his California address, stable family life, and strong opinions about the nobility of storytelling and the corruption of American society. At first, Koontz seems to be aping Stephen King here, not just for his put-upon writer-hero but also for the malevolent, perhaps not quite human, twin of Marty's who blows into town, shades of The Dark Half. Koontz is his own writer, however, and it's soon clear that Alfie is no figment made flesh but a wonderfully creepy organic killing machine with a surprising origin and astounding recuperative powers (fueled by Slim Jims and Big Macs) who wants only to take over Marty's life—his wife, daughters, and writing career—and will squash him to do it. Also, Alfie's moral code comes from films he's seen—including porno films in which severe discipline alone brings females into line. Meanwhile, the top-secret federal agents in charge of Alfie—as well as of the experiment that produced him—are desperately hunting their charge, who's gone AWOL and beserk.... Blood pours; children shriek;Alfie makes like a werewolf on steroids while Marty acts like a lion—and Koontz nails the reader to the page once again, despite the soapboxing. (Literary Guild Dual Selection for December)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425144428
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/28/1994
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 496
  • Product dimensions: 4.26 (w) x 6.82 (h) x 1.29 (d)

Meet the Author

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.

Biography

He is one of the most recognized, read, and loved suspense writers of the 20th century. His imagination is a veritable factory of nightmares, conjuring twisted tales of psychological complexity. He even has a fan in Stephen King. For decades, Dean Koontz's name has been synonymous with terror, and his novels never fail to quicken the pulse and set hearts pounding.

Koontz has a lifelong love of writing that led him to spend much of his free time as an adult furiously cultivating his style and voice. However, it was only after his wife Gerda made him an offer he couldn't refuse while he was teaching English at a high school outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, that he had a real opportunity to make a living with his avocation. Gerda agreed to support Dean for five years, during which time he could try to get his writing career off the ground. Little did she know that by the end of that five years she would be leaving her own job to handle the financial end of her husband's massively successful writing career.

Koontz first burst into the literary world with 1970's Beastchild, a science fiction novel that appealed to genre fans with its descriptions of aliens and otherworldly wars but also mined deeper themes of friendship and the breakdown of communication. Although it is not usually ranked among his classics, Beastchild provided the first inkling of Koontz's talent for populating even the most fantastical tale with fully human characters. Even at his goriest or most terrifying, he always allows room for redemption.

This complexity is what makes Koontz's work so popular with readers. He has a true gift for tempering horror with humanity, grotesqueries with lyricism. He also has a knack for genre-hopping, inventing Hitchcockian romantic mysteries, crime dramas, supernatural thrillers, science fiction, and psychological suspense with equal deftness and imagination. Perhaps The Times (London) puts it best: "Dean Koontz is not just a master of our darkest dreams, but also a literary juggler."

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Shortly after graduating from college, Koontz took a job with the Appalachian Poverty Program where he would tutor and counsel underprivileged kids. However, after finding out that the last person who held his job had been beaten up and hospitalized by some of these kids, Koontz was more motivated than ever to get his writing career going.

When Koontz was a senior in college, he won the Atlantic Monthly fiction competition.

Koontz and Kevin Anderson's novel Frankenstein: The Prodigal Son was slotted to become a television series produced by Martin Scorsese. However, when the pilot failed to sell, the USA Network aired it as a TV movie in 2004. By that time Koontz had removed his name from the project.

Some fun and fascinating outtakes from our interview with Koontz:

"My wife, Gerda, and I took seven years of private ballroom dancing lessons, twice a week, ninety minutes each time. After we had gotten good at everything from swing to the foxtrot, we not only stopped taking lessons, but also stopped going dancing. Learning had been great fun; but for both of us, going out for an evening of dancing proved far less exhilarating than the learning. We both have a low boredom threshold. Now we dance at a wedding or other celebration perhaps once a year, and we're creaky."

"On my desk is a photograph given to me by my mother after Gerda and I were engaged to be married. It shows 23 children at a birthday party. It is neither my party nor Gerda's. I am three years old, going on four. Gerda is three. In that crowd of kids, we are sitting directly across a table from each other. I'm grinning, as if I already know she's my destiny, and Gerda has a serious expression, as if she's worried that I might be her destiny. We never met again until I was a senior in high school and she was a junior. We've been trying to make up for that lost time ever since.

"Gerda and I worked so much for the first two decades of our marriage that we never took a real vacation until our twentieth wedding anniversary. Then we went on a cruise, booking a first-class suite, sparing no expense. For more than half the cruise, the ship was caught in a hurricane. The open decks were closed because waves would have washed passengers overboard. About 90% of the passengers spent day after day in their cabins, projectile vomiting. We discovered that neither of us gets seasick. We had the showrooms, the casino, and the buffets virtually to ourselves. Because the crew had no one to serve, our service was exemplary. The ship dared not try to put into the scheduled ports; it was safer on the open sea. The big windows of the main bar presented a spectacular view of massive waves and lightning strikes that stabbed the sea by the score. Very romantic. We had a grand time.

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    1. Also Known As:
      David Axton, Brian Coffey, K.R. Dwyer, Deanna Dwyer, John Hill, Leigh Nichols, Anthony North, Richard Paige, Owen West, Aaron Wolfe
    2. Hometown:
      Newport Beach, California
    1. Date of Birth:
      July 9, 1945
    2. Place of Birth:
      Everett, Pennsylvania
    1. Education:
      B.S. (major in English), Shippensburg University, 1966
    2. Website:

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2012

    Love it

    Ive read all of koontz's books (and there are many). This is one of my favorites. Ive read it about 5 or 6 times and its always as intense as the first time. It has good character development without overloading with "TMI" and it gets to the action pretty fast and doesnt let up. Its a fast read.

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  • Posted January 10, 2011

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    Amazing work by Koontz

    This book was great and I even got my wife to read it and she loved it as well!

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  • Posted August 30, 2009

    Great book!

    This was a really great book. I was so interested and it kept me intently listening for what was coming next. I hated having to put it down! Although the ending was a bit left field I am so glad I bought it and I will keep it and listen to it again, and again. I do recommend this book to people who want a thrilling listen or read. I thought it was very well written and well read and I still think about this book, it makes me want to write myself.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2000

    One of Koontz best!!!

    I really enjoyed this book. i have read about ten of his books and i gotta say this one is one of the best!!!!

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  • Posted April 30, 2014

    l really enjoyed the drama and suspense of Mr. Murder and the ma

    l really enjoyed the drama and suspense of Mr. Murder and the man and organization that created the man who came to believe he was Marty Stillwater. Creepy good read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2013

    So good

    I read this book in hs about 10 years ago.i still remember it. Its a total edge of your seat page turner. Read this book. You wont regret it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2013

    Scary

    Creapy DONT READ IF YOU ARE UNDER 27 TO CREAPY

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 7, 2012

    So intense!

    This book had my heart pumping fast the whole time! Super intense and I loved every minute of it!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2012

    Great book

    Enjoyed the ride

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2009

    Mr. Murder by Dean Kiintz

    It kept me interested. It didn't want me to ride around the block until it was finished, but still good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    spellbinding verymind blowing.

    I could not put it down, thrilling.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2007

    pretty good...

    I really got into this book when I first started reading it. However, somewhere a bit after the middle I had no motivation to pick it up and start reading it again for some reason. I have read many Koontz books, all of them fantastic, and this one (though not the worst book I've read by far) was not so amazing. If you're going to read this book, I would suggest to read it as fast as you can with no long breaks.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2007

    wow!!!

    This book was amazingly good. I read it in a day I couldn't put it down. I have read 95% of dean koontz's books and this is his best book yet.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2006

    Good but not great

    Here Koontz explains he gets the idea from something that happened to him. The man who is the murderer is great until it unfolds at the end. Where Psycho meets T2. It is good but at times a bit dragged out and plenty could be cut out but it is still worth the read if you like Koontz.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2004

    Why?

    I loved the book, it was really good. Some of the ideas were kind of corky but it was still a good read. Then I got to the last chapter! It had the worst ending of all the books that I have ever read! It has and will keep me away from Dean Koontz books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2001

    Not one of his best..but good

    This book is not one of KOont'z best but it is worth a read...but if your looking for a really good Koont'z book Watchers is the way to go.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2000

    Had goosepimples a couple of times

    1st Koontz book I have ever read. Seems like the author is pissed off about being portrayed as a weird guy so he writes a book about a horror author who is pissed off about being portrayed as a weird guy. The Star Trek jokes got old but the part when the killer has to consume his own body to stay alive was genius.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2000

    Typical Dean Koontz

    Mr. Murder is the 18th work of fiction I have read that was written by Dean Koontz, but it is the first one I have read in about six years. I see that not much has changed. Koontz comes up with some pretty interesting story ideas and his books usually always come flying out of the starting gate, but tend to lose steam about 3/4 quarters of the way through. The title characters always seem to follow a certain formula and the endings are always predictable. Mr. Murder wasn't a bad read, but it had too many plot holes and fell victim to Koontz's inability to successfuly close out a book with any ingenuity.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2000

    7th grader here to tell how even i liked the book.

    I thought that this book was great.it was the best book that I have ever read. I had to read something for my 2nd grading period and it was great. Even though it was so big I never got bored with it. I plan to read SIEZE THE NIGHT for the 3rd semester of the yr. I hope that it is good!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2000

    A prick of a thumb, something evil this way comes

    Dean Koontz is a magnificent writer. This is the first book of his I read, now I own 8 (more to come). It is interesting, and it COULD happen in real life. It was OK in the movie, but the book was better because it had the outstanding words used by Mr. Koontz

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