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Dean Koontz Book List

Books, Stories and Other Writings

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Dean Koontz has published many books and stories using his own name and the pseudonyms K.R. Dwyer, Aaron Wolfe, David Axton, Brian Coffey, Leigh Nichols, Owen West, Richard Paige, Deanna Dwyer, Leonard Chris and David Axton. Here is a complete list of Dean Koontz' books and writings from all his pseudonyms by year.

Dean Koontz's Writings 1965 - 1999:
See Page 2 for Koontz's Books & Writings after 1999

  • 1965 - "The Kittens", short fiction
  • 1965 - "This Fence", short fiction
  • 1965-1967 - The Reflector, poetry collection
  • 1966 - "Some Disputed Barricade", short fiction
  • 1966 - "A Miracle is Anything", short fiction
  • 1966 - "Ibsen's Dream", essay
  • 1966 - "Of Childhood", essay
  • 1967 - "To Behold the Sun", short fiction
  • 1967 - "Love 2005", short fiction
  • 1967 - "Soft Come the Dragons", short fiction
  • 1968 - "The Psychedelic Children", short fiction
  • 1968 - "The Twelfth Bed", short fiction
  • 1968 - "Dreambird", short fiction
  • 1968 - Star Quest
  • 1969 - Fear That Man
  • 1969 - The Fall of the Dream Machine
  • 1969 - "Muse", short fiction
  • 1969 - "The Face in His Belly: Part One", short fiction
  • 1969 - "Dragon In the Land", short fiction
  • 1969 - "The Face in His Belly: Part Two", short fiction
  • 1969 - "Where the Beast Runs", short fiction
  • 1969 - "Killerbot", short fiction
  • 1969 - "Temple of Sorrow", short fiction
  • 1969 - "In the Shield", short fiction
  • 1970 - Hung (as Leonard Chris)
  • 1970 - Hell's Gate
  • 1970 - Dark Symphony
  • 1970 - Dark of the Woods
  • 1970 - Beastchild
  • 1970 - Anti-Man
  • 1970 - The Underground Lifestyles Handbook (with Gerda Koontz), nonfiction
  • 1970 - The Pig Society (with Gerda Koontz), nonfiction
  • 1970 - Soft Come the Dragons, short story collection
  • 1970 - "Unseen Warriors", short fiction
  • 1970 - "Shambolain", short fiction
  • 1970 - "The Crimson Witch", short fiction
  • 1970 - "Beastchild", short fiction
  • 1970 - "Emanations", short fiction
  • 1970 - "The Mystery of His Flesh", short fiction
  • 1970 - "The Good Ship Lookoutworld", short fiction
  • 1970 - "Nightmare Gang", short fiction
  • 1970 - "A Third Hand", short fiction
  • 1971 - Legacy of Terror (as Deanna Dwyer)
  • 1971 - The Crimson Witch
  • 1971 - "Bruno", short fiction
  • 1972 - Warlock!
  • 1972 - Time Thieves
  • 1972 - Starblood
  • 1972 - Demon Child (as Deanna Dwyer)
  • 1972 - A Darkness in My Soul
  • 1972 - The Dark of Summer (as Deanna Dwyer)
  • 1972 - Children of the Storm (as Deanna Dwyer)
  • 1972 - The Flesh in the Furnace
  • 1972 - Chase (as K. R. Dwyer)
  • 1972 - Writing Popular Fiction, nonfiction
  • 1972 - "A Mouse in the Walls of the Global Village", short fiction
  • 1972 - "Ollie's Hands", short fiction
  • 1972 - "Altarboy", short fiction
  • 1972 - "Cosmic Sin", short fiction
  • 1972 - "The Terrible Weapon"
  • 1973 - Shattered (as K. R. Dwyer)
  • 1973 - Demon Seed
  • 1973 - A Werewolf Among Us
  • 1973 - The Haunted Earth
  • 1973 - Hanging On
  • 1973 - Dance with the Devil (as Deanna Dwyer)
  • 1973 - Blood Risk (as Brian Coffey)
  • 1973 - "The Undercity", short fiction
  • 1973 - "Terra Phobia", short fiction
  • 1973 - "Wake Up To Thunder", short fiction
  • 1973 - "The Sinless Child", short fiction
  • 1973 - "Grayworld", short fiction
  • 1974 - Surrounded (as Brian Coffey)
  • 1974 - After the Last Race
  • 1974 - "Night of the Storm", short fiction
  • 1974 - "We Three", short fiction
  • 1975 - Wall of Masks (as Brian Coffey)
  • 1975 - Nightmare Journey
  • 1975 - The Long Sleep (as John Hill)
  • 1975 - Dragonfly (as K. R. Dwyer)
  • 1975 - Invasion (as Aaron Wolfe), reissued as Winter Moon in 1994
  • 1976 - Prison of Ice (as David Axton), reissued as Icebound in 1995
  • 1976 - Night Chills
  • 1977 - The Vision
  • 1977 - The Face of Fear (as Brian Coffey)
  • 1979 - The Key to Midnight (as Leigh Nichols)
  • 1979 - CHiPs episode 306: Counterfeit (as Brian Coffey), screenplay
  • 1980 - Whispers
  • 1980 - The Voice of the Night (as Brian Coffey)
  • 1980 - The Funhouse (as Owen West)
  • 1981 - The Mask (as Owen West)
  • 1981 - The Eyes of Darkness (as Leigh Nichols)
  • 1981 - How To Write Best-Selling Fiction, nonfiction
  • 1982 - The House of Thunder (as Leigh Nichols)
  • 1983 - Phantoms
  • 1984 - Darkfall
  • 1985 - Twilight Eyes, reissued with extension in 1987
  • 1985 - The Door to December (as Richard Paige)
  • 1986 - Strangers
  • 1986 - "The Black Pumpkin", short fiction
  • 1986 - "The Monitors of Providence", short fiction
  • 1986 - "Snatcher", short fiction
  • 1986 - "Weird World", short fiction
  • 1986 - "Down in the Darkness", short fiction
  • 1987 - Watchers
  • 1987 - Shadow Fires (as Leigh Nichols)
  • 1987 - "Graveyard Highway", short fiction
  • 1987 - "Twilight of the Dawn", short fiction
  • 1987 - "Miss Atilla the Hun", short fiction
  • 1987 - "Hardshell", short fiction
  • 1987 - "The Interrogation", short fiction
  • 1988 - The Servants of Twilight (as Leigh Nichols)
  • 1988 - Lightning
  • 1988 - Oddkins: A Fable for All Ages, a children's book
  • 1989 - Midnight
  • 1989 - "Trapped", short fiction
  • 1990 - The Bad Place
  • 1991 - Cold Fire
  • 1992 - Hideaway
  • 1993 - Mr. Murder
  • 1993 - Dragon Tears
  • 1994 - Winter Moon
  • 1994 - Dark Rivers of the Heart
  • 1994 - Strange Highways, short story collection
  • 1995 - Icebound
  • 1995 - Strange Highways
  • 1996 - Intensity
  • 1996 - Ticktock
  • 1996 - Santa's Twin, a children's book
  • 1997 - Demon Seed (revised)
  • 1997 - Sole Survivor
  • 1998 - Fear Nothing
  • 1998 - Seize the Night
  • 1998 - Phantoms, screenplay
  • 1998 - "Pinkie", short fiction
  • 1999 - False Memory
  • 1999 - "Black River", short fiction
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