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Cold Fire

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  About the Book

In Portland, he saved a young boy from a drunk driver. In Boston, he rescued a child from an underground explosion. In Houston, he disarmed a man who was trying to shoot his own wife. Reporter Holly Thorne was intrigued by this strange quiet savior named Jim Ironheart. She was even falling in love with him. But what power compelled an ordinary man to save twelve lives in three months? What visions haunted his dreams? And why did he whisper in his sleep: There is an Enemy. It is coming. It’ll kill us all…?

Reviews

“A unique spellbinding novel with depth, sensitivity and personality.” —Boston Herald

"Irresistible. Cold Fire doesn’t disappoint." — Newsweek

"A swift, psychospiritual adventure…offers plenty of surging suspense and sentiment." — Kirkus Reviews

"[Koontz’s] name has come to be recognized as a guarantee of a good, solid read. Cold Fire is his most enjoyable book to date." — London Times

"Unforgettable. A stunning showdown." — Bowling Green Sentinel-Tribune

"Koontz is an expert at creating believable characters." — Detroit News and Free Press

"Koontz’s imagination is not only as big as the Ritz, it is also as wild as an unbroken stallion. Gripping." — Los Angeles Times

"An exciting, well-conceived story…filled with spectacular descriptive scenes…creative and captivating." — Lansing State Journal

"In Cold Fire Koontz shows off his style. Unforgettable." — The Cleveland Plain Dealer

"Koontz strikes a chord in Cold Fire, latest of [his] string of darkly brilliant novels. You’ll revel in this adventure tale." — Jackson Sun

"Compelling…steadily building suspense that defies any attempt to put it down." — Macon Telegraph

"Fresh, hopeful…a charm all its own…that propels you willingly from page to page." — Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

"A cool sizzler that’ll grab you from the start and won’t let go until you either finish it or are overcome by exhaustion. I thoroughly enjoyed it." — Duncan Times (Duncan, OK)

"Hard to put down. [Koontz’s] ability to breathe life into his characters and to weave a web of suspense has resulted in a book that will cause many sleepless nights." — Lexington Herald-Ledger

"From its opening line to its thrilling climax, [Cold Fire] is a mesmerizing tale that grabs the reader and refuses to let go, a breathtaking experience." — Orange County Register

"Koontz can write characterization rings around [other popular novelists]." — Birmingham News

"Cold Fire is a page-turner, and Koontz’s prose is as easy to take as lemonade on a hot summer day." — Sunday Journal (Flint, MI)

"Suspenseful, entertaining…vivid storytelling [that] offers the reader an unsettling insight into deep trauma and the aftereffects of unresolved sorrow." — Sunday Cape Cod Times

"Koontz does it so well!" — Baton Rouge Morning Advocate

"The tight, quixotic storyline of Cold Fire is supported by deep characterization and a most developed sense of place and pace. He is the reader’s friend, in that he can always be counted upon to deliver." — Fear

"His prose mesmerizes…gut-wrenching clarity. It’s in the descriptions of emotional states — from love to despair — that Koontz consistently hits the bull’s-eye, evoking reactions of ‘Yes! I know exactly how that feels!’" — Arkansas Democrat

"Likable characters, thrilling plot, and nonstop suspense." — Daily Reflector [Greenville, NC]

"A stunner…things are never what they seem…characters of extraordinary depth and sensitivity." — Californian

"Koontz adeptly builds tension, fully fleshing out his characters and establishing a mesmerizing plot. A galloping page-turner." — Chattanooga News-Free Press

"Well-written, hard to put down." — New Britain Herald

"Wonder-filled, powerful suspense." — Plainview Daily Herald