Dean Koontz was born in Everett, Pennsylvania, and grew up in nearby Bedford. When he was a senior in college, he won an Atlantic Monthly fiction competition and has been writing ever since. Today he is a world-famous author whose novels have sold 225 million copies in thirty-eight languages. He has numerous New York Times adult best-sellers, including his most recent From The Corner Of His Eye. Dean Koontz is also the author of the children's book Santa's Twin. He lives in southern California.
This book by an author who mainly does thriller type novels is a great Christmas book for all ages. It should be read aloud to a family group with opportunity at every page to... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Margie Gilbert
I had to buy this again - I believe this is my fourth copy.
Every year when I bring it out, someone will beg and plead to borrow it, and then I will never see it again! Read more
I love this book and read it to my children every year!
I am now having to try to find more in hardcover for gifts. Read more
This book is so revolting I have no idea why any parent would want to introduce it to any child. Had my mother read this to me when I was very young my entire feeling of joy... Read morePublished 9 months ago by K. Schmidt
Cute funny book for children! Must have, a friend bought it for a gift but the pages got torn so I had to buy a new copy!Published 10 months ago by Crissys2 angels
Since I am not a fan of Christmas, a friend recomened this book since it shares my warped sense of humor. Love the bookPublished 12 months ago by K.Kruger
For some reason, I didn't realize that this was more of a kids book, and I really never got around to reading it.Published 18 months ago by Kathleen A. Smith
I purchased the original 'Santa's Twin' many years ago for my daughter at Christmas, and couldn't pass up the chance to get her the sequel this year. Read morePublished on March 13, 2012 by Richard Barber
I was first introduced to the wonderful characters in Dean Koontz's "MR. MURDER" novel, and now I've read and enjoyed more. Read morePublished on April 30, 2011 by Grgeory B. Trotter