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Odd hours [sound recording]
Dean Koontz
Adult Fiction KOONTZ

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From Publishers' Weekly:

David Aaron Baker gives a guileless, everyman sheen to Koontz’s unusual protagonist--a fry cook named Odd capable of contacting the dead, both famed (Frank Sinatra) and otherwise. Baker alternates between Odd’s aw-shucks dialogue and a more dramatically nuanced narrator’s voice. The result is a solid, if not overwhelmingly memorable, rendering of the latest in Koontz’s ever-growing oeuvre. The audio’s director, Lisa Cahn, does an excellent job keeping the production’s pace at a steady gallop. A Bantam hardcover (Reviews, Apr.21). (May) Copyright 2008 Reed Business Information.

From Library Journal:

A red tide pulls Odd Thomas to a California coastal town. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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main characters Odd Thomas
Age: 21
Able to communicate with the dead; wants to return to his hometown and his short order cook position; lands in a coastal town working for a former movie actor and author of children's books; rescued a woman from a group of thugs; keeps having the same dream of a red crimson tide coming up on the beach.

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