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YOUR HEART BELONGS TO ME by Dean Koontz

YOUR HEART BELONGS TO ME

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Devotees of novels that keep you perched, dizzily, on the edge of your seat need no introduction to “the Dean of suspense” (People). In Your Heart Belongs to Me, Dean Koontz probes the deepest terrors of the human psyche and proves once again why he is “America's No. 1 author of thrillers today” (Denver Post).

A year after his heart transplant, 34-year-old Ryan Perry has never felt better. His Internet company is thriving, and he hopes to renew his relationship with an ex-love, who inexplicably broke things off. But could it be that someone else has designs on his heart?

Ryan is amused when a piece of jewelry, a heart pendant, arrives in the mail followed soon after by a box of little candy hearts, neither of which have a return address. When a graphic heart surgery video somehow supplants an advertising demo he’s watching, with a voiceover that says “your heart belongs to me,” he’s no longer smiling. As the discomfiting harassment continues to escalate, Ryan feels like he’s under siege, especially when he begins to catch glimpses of a mysterious woman stalking him—a woman who looks just like the 28-year-old donor of the heart that’s keeping him alive….

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